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Bridge of the Gods

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Julie
Julie
February 10, 2020
Toll bridge from Washington into Oregon with stunning views up and down the Columbia River. We usually drive to Multnohmah Falls once we've crossed over into Oregon.
Debbie
Debbie
October 9, 2017
This is a gorgeous bridge to behold. 40 miles east of Portland in Columbia River Gorge. Often mentioned in relation to Pacific Crest Trail (PCT). If you go out this way, cute town of Hood River sometimes allows you to see marvelous kiteboarding. Also consider going for a soak in a big clawfoot…
Janis
Janis
September 22, 2017
When you drive over it you are going from Oregon to Washington and can see up and down the Gorge + you are over the Columbia.
Stephan
Stephan
May 20, 2018
If you are planning to go to Mount Hood, this is the best route to get there. The pass going through the Cascade Locks is breathtaking, a far better option than taking I-84 East.
Summer + Brandon
Summer + Brandon
March 1, 2019
The Bridge of the Gods is a steel truss cantilever bridge that spans the Columbia River between Cascade Locks, Oregon, and Washington state near North Bonneville. It is approximately 40 miles east of Portland, Oregon, and 4 miles upriver from the Bonneville Dam. This will connect you over the…
Susan
Susan
June 6, 2018
INCREDIBLE ARE OF NATURAL BEAUTY

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“If you have access to a car during your stay, and are a beer fan or simply a fan of dining with a view, check out TIB's outdoor dining area with a view of the Columbia River and Bridge of the Gods in the distance. A refreshing jaunt from Portland definitely worth the 90 minute out and back drive. To make it a Columbia River Gorge pub crawl, head over Bridge of the Gods to the other side of the Columbia ( now you're in Washington state ) to the quaint Walking Man Brewery. It's just a 10 minute drive away... They have the tastiest truffle fries, and of course tasty freshly brewed beer! ”
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“Stunning hike through the Tennessee woods that ends in the tallest waterfall east of the Mississippi River. Takes a 3 hour drive to get to the trail-head, but if you can make a day of it you won't be disappointed. By far our favorite!”
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Restaurante
“Best breakfast in town and their lunch and dinner is always excellent as well.”
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“This place is worth stopping to check out the huge fish in the sturgeon ponds and the fish viewing windows and see the power of the water flowing through the dam.”
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“Beautiful hike, it’s about 6 miles round trip but is rated hard so beware. ”
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