Portland International Airport
Double Mtn, Full Sail, 6th Street
Cascade Locks Sternwheeler
Indian Creek Golf Course
Mt. Hood Scenic Railroad
6th Street Bistro, Nora's Table, Brian's
Mt Hood Meadows
Columbia River Gorge Waterfront
The Columbia River Gorge, with its mountains and rivers, offers the vacationer and recreation enthusiast the opportunity to windsurf, mountain bike, kayak, golf, ski, hike, fish, or just relax in the unhurried pace of a natural paradise. White Salmon is the gateway to all the rip-roaring outdoor adventure the Mt Adams recreation area has to offer. The world renown White Salmon and Klickitat Rivers are right out your backdoor with world class rafting and kayaking opportunities. Hiking and mountain biking trails wind through the sunny hills and rocky mountains offering everything from a casual wildflower walk to a challenging mountain climb. In the winter, Mt Adams boasts some of the best back-country skiing and snowboarding opportunities around, as well as groomed cross country and snowshoeing trails. Historic buildings line the beautifully scenic streets of downtown White Salmon with a quaint shopping district featuring boutiques, artists galleries, antique shops, and restaurants.
There are many orchards and vineyards around White Salmon. The White Salmon and Underwood Mountain area is known for its luscious apples, pears, cherries, and other fruits, and for the view of the majestic snowcapped peak of Mt. Hood. Award-winning Washington wineries are located throughout the White Salmon and Lyle area. Maryhill Winery and Amphitheater is a great place to go for a summer concert on the lawn while enjoying a glass of wine. Check out Columbia Gorge Wine Association webpage for more information and maps.
The Columbia River Gorge, with its magnificent views make this a dream spot for a destination wedding or a family gathering.
Wind surfing and kiteboarding capital of the world is the Columbia Gorge's latest distinction. The winds in Columbia River Gorge, best during the middle of the day, create ideal conditions for riding the waves. To enjoy the view of 'boardheads' at play, hop on over to the Hood River Waterfront Park just off second street.
The Mt. Hood region, on the Oregon side of the river, and its more than sixty miles of forested mountains, 77 waterfalls and myriad lakes and streams, offer even more places to play. The mountain is home to four ski areas and offers the country's only year-round lift access skiing and snowboarding.