Native Americans once herded elk and other animals off adjacent cliffs then floated the slaughtered animals to this island. ... More
Elk Rock Island
Native Americans once herded elk and other animals off adjacent cliffs then floated the slaughtered animals to this island. Accessible only by water and only when the river is high, this natural wildlife habitat features hiking trails that wind around the bay, where blue herons feed and sturgeon swim in some of the deepest waters of the Willamette River. Be cautious if you stray from the paths; this is a wild area, complete with poison oak. Stick to the trail and it's a great hike.
Created in 1892, primarily to promote visual arts, the Portland Art Museum is set up with several large and open
viewing rooms. Do not miss the Native American collection. Also check out the North Wing's Jubitz Center, which houses ...
Although there are sidewalks on this 1926 bridge, it is hard to feel comfortable on its narrow confines. On the
North side, view the Marquam Bridge and beyond, the city of Portland. To the South, Ross Island camouflages an ...
This tour is all about the different faces of Oregon. It is not just rain up here and these tours
prove it. You can go to the Pacific coast, Columbia River Gorge and Cascade Mountains. Themes include Native American ...