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Columbia River Gorge Scenic Byway and Area

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  Washington State Scenic Byway
  National Scenic Area

  • 80 Miles
  • Between Washougal and Maryhill
  • On State Route 14 following the Columbia River Gorge

About This Byway

Columbia River Gorge, with walls spanning 80 miles and rising 4,000 feet, is lined with stunning black basalt walls awash in waterfalls, wildflowers, and lush deciduous forests. Today’s travelers follow in the footsteps of the epic journey of Lewis and Clark, revere the memory of a great tribal gathering place, partake in a world-renowned board sailing or bask in the unique beauty of the landscape. 

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Towns on the Byway

  • Washougal
  • Skamania
  • North Bonneville
  • Stevenson
  • Carson
  • Home Valley
  • Cook
  • White Salmon
  • Bingen
  • Lyle
  • Murdock
  • Wishram
  • Maryhill