This bridge got its name from a Native American legend. When the mighty Columbia River separated two chiefs, the gods created ... More
Bridge of the Gods
This bridge got its name from a Native American legend. When the mighty Columbia River separated two chiefs, the gods created this natural rock bridge that actually does not stretch the full span of the river. Geologic findings show a more scientific reason for the bridge-like formation and narrow in the river. Either way, the now man-made, toll bridge is something to behold. The beauty and breadth of the Columbia can be taken in by driving across slowly or at a lookout spot on the Washington side.
Take a day or a week and explore the farms, orchards and wineries located in the Hood River Valley. Drive
through thousands of acres of orchards on Fruit Loop's 35 mile scenic driving loop, located in the heart of ...
Cathedral Ridge Winery is an award winning vineyard found in the breathtaking Columbia Valley and Columbia Gorge. Tours, weddings, banquets,
and other social occasions are hosted year round.