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Narrow Oneonta Canyon, located within the Pacific Northwest’s mighty Columbia River Gorge, contains four massive waterfalls. Due to the wet climate, the Oneonta Gorge walls are covered in ferns, mosses, and lichens—many of which grow only in this specific area. There are few trails, but you can walk along the river at the bottom of the gorge.

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Columbia River Gorge Tour

Columbia River Gorge Tour

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Bike and trek through the magnificent Columbia River Gorge on this half-day trip from Portland. Experience the iconic beauty of the Pacific Northwest as your guide leads an all-ability bike ride through the Gorge, stopping to hike and explore majestic waterfalls.
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  • 5 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$89.00
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$89.00
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Columbia Gorge Waterfalls and Mt. Hood Tour - Full Day
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Columbia Gorge Waterfalls and Mt. Hood Tour - Full Day

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Our Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls and Mt. Hood Loop Tour (led by a 5th generation local Oregonian native guide) provides an inspiring, engaging, interactive look into some of the most highly sought after attractions within an easy day's adventure of Portland. Playing, hiking, relaxing, learning about and standing mesmerized amongst the magic of our world famous waterfalls in the Columbia River Gorge is an experience that is an ABSOLUTE MUST for anyone looking to discover the true beauty of what makes Oregon unique! The Columbia River Gorge plays host to the highest density of year-round waterfalls anywhere in the United States and abounds with jaw-dropping natural splendor, stunning vistas, lush old growth forests, a plethora of hiking trails and riveting Native American and pioneer history. Hood River's charming restaurants and breweries and Mt. Hood's famous Timberline Lodge and wildly beautiful vistas from 6,000' atop a snow-capped volcano make this experience like no other!
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  • 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$129.00
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$129.00
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Half Day Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls Tour

Half Day Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls Tour

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Guests on this tour will be treated to a scenic drive along the Historic Columbia River Highway and see 4 or 5 unique and breathtaking waterfalls, including world-famous Multnomah Falls. They will enjoy several short walks through secondary and primary old growth forest while learning about the flora and fauna of the region. One of the stops along the way includes the Historic Vista House which allows for amazing photo opportunities. Their guide will provide interesting historical, geological and cultural highlights throughout the tour. Snacks, beverages, luxury van transportation, pick-up and drop-off are included in the price of the tour.
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  • 4 to 5 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$69.00
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$69.00
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Explore Columbia River Gorge Half-Day Small-Group Tour

Explore Columbia River Gorge Half-Day Small-Group Tour

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The 85-mile (137-km) long Columbia Gorge NSA would be a national park if it weren't a critical transportation corridor. It features waterfalls, mountains, monoliths, terraces, resort towns, vineyards, orchards, and The River, harboring a plethora of fish and birds, and unique plants and invertebrates. In the early 1900s, Portlanders would drive their Model T cars along the Columbia River Highway to gaze at waterfalls. It was the first scenic highway built in America. There is said to be over 4000 waterfalls; many are hidden away, but many are just a short hike off the Historic Highway. On this tour you'll explore the western, rainforested, southern side of the Gorge, dubbed "waterfall alley" where we'll have you getting wet under a waterfall, peering over cliffs, and learning stories of the area only the locals know.
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  • 3 to 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$80.00
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$80.00
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Hop-On Hop-Off Trolley and Columbia River Gorge Tour with Gray Line

Hop-On Hop-Off Trolley and Columbia River Gorge Tour with Gray Line

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Explore beautiful urban Portland and the Columbia River Gorge on this hop-on hop-off combo tour. With your 2-day sightseeing trolley pass, create your own adventure with possible stops the International Rose Test Garden, Powell’s Books and the Pearl District. Then travel aside the Lewis and Clark Trail to visit Multnomah Falls and the Bonneville Dam.
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  • 2 days
  • Free Cancellation
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$101.54
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Private Columbia River Gorge Half-Day Tour

Private Columbia River Gorge Half-Day Tour

The 85-mile (137-km) long Columbia Gorge NSA would be a national park if it weren't a critical transportation corridor. It features waterfalls, mountains, monoliths, terraces, resort towns, vineyards, orchards, and The River, harboring a plethora of fish and birds, and unique plants and invertebrates. In the early 1900s, Portlanders would drive their Model T cars along the Columbia River Highway to gaze at waterfalls. It was the first scenic highway built in America. There is said to be over 4000 waterfalls; many are hidden away, but many are just a short hike off the Historic Highway. On this tour you'll explore the western, rainforested, southern side of the Gorge, dubbed "waterfall alley" where we'll have you getting wet under a waterfall, peering over cliffs, and learning stories of the area only the locals know.
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  • 3 to 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$170.00
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Should I book Oneonta Gorge tickets in advance?
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Oneonta Gorge can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund. See all 6 Oneonta Gorge tickets and tours on Viator.
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How much does it cost to visit Oneonta Gorge 2021?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Oneonta Gorge costs USD 69.00. Guided Oneonta Gorge tours start around USD 69.00 per person. See all 6 Oneonta Gorge tickets and tours on Viator.
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