Three Gorge Hiking Tips for Spring

Spring Hiking in the Gorge

After months of feeling cut off from nature because of the wintry weather, you’re probably bursting to get outside. Hiking in the Columbia River Gorge this spring is a great way to feed that thirst for adventure. This gorge is a massive canyon that’s up to 4,000 feet deep in places and more than 80 miles long, so there’s plenty …

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Beat Cabin Fever with These Rainy Day Activities

rainy day activities in the gorge

Although we enjoy the outdoors every now and then, this Northwest rain sometimes keeps us holed up in our cabins. If you’re feeling a little cabin fever, give some of our indoor rainy day activities a try.— Invent an Original Game – If you’re trapped inside with your family or friends, you can always play a game. For most people …

Experience the Northwest Lifestyle of the Gorge

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Whether you’ve just moved to the Gorge or you’re just visiting, we welcome you to our Northwest haven and encourage you to join in a unique outdoor lifestyle. The Columbia River Gorge is a beautiful place, but if you’re not lucky enough to live here, you don’t often get to experience this beauty. That’s why people from across America travel …

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How a Nature Retreat Can Improve Your Health

Healthy Oregonian in Stevenson

If you live in the Northwest, then you probably already appreciate nature. You might appreciate it more though when you learn just how much time spent in nature can improve our health.— Parks Reduce Depression – When you head out to the woods or perhaps to the Columbia River Gorge, you probably get a feeling of satisfaction from the view. …