Historic Columbia River Highway
This highways was built during the Depression as a public works project, and it is just gorgeous. Drive through the beautiful Oregon woods and admire the plentiful waterfalls. La Tourelle & Bridal Veil are worth getting out of the car for.
This is a great drive. Tons of waterfalls and views of the Columbia river. Drive out along this route and end up at Multnomah Falls and/or the Cascade Locks to see the Bonneville Dam and Herman the Sturgeon (huge ancient sturgeon they keep at the locks in ponds).
This historic Highway rolls through gorgeous country side that goes along the Columbia river gorge. It will take you straight to points of interest like the Vista House and Multnomah falls.
“Great Italian food. You can color on the paper table cloth which children love.”
Grocery or Supermarket
“There are a lot of services in the Albertsons shopping area from ups store, hair and nails, coffee, laundry, to shoe repair.”
Point of Interest
“Summit Ski Area was established in 1927, and is the second oldest continuously operating ski area in the United States. Summit’s base elevation is 4,000 ft. and has 306 ft. of vertical lift for skiing and snowboarding. Summit Ski Area caters to families and novices. Summit also offers snow tubing.”
“Great selection of local brews. An outdoor area that allows you to order from Local Cow and enjoy Hoppy brews.”