Columbia River Gorge
Riding the newest section of the Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail (Photo Gallery)
The section between Wyeth and Lindsey create is a stunning testament to carfree infrastructure. (Photos: J. Maus/BikePortland)
Hearts, Minds, and thighs: A Gorge Pedal recap
With incredible support from many people and organizations, the Gorge Pedal ride happened this July. It delights my soul that this happened and reinforces several public and hidden agendas in regard to our needs of our incredible World Heritage Site worthy Columbia River Gorge.
3.3 mile section of Historic Columbia River Highway path set to open next month
It will be nothing short of spectacular.
Time to look beyond driving cars says Columbia River Gorge leader
Let’s hope he shares his ideas with ODOT and the OTC.
State re-opens fire-damaged section of Historic Columbia River Highway
From John Yeon Trailhead to Cascade Locks.
New rockslides delay reopening of Historic Columbia River Highway
An experimental carfree lane in the Gorge will have to wait.
ODOT will create carfree lane on Historic Columbia River Highway when it reopens this fall
With any luck, they’ll make it permanent — and expand it.
State warns about cycling closures and work zone conditions through Columbia Gorge – UPDATED
Take note and please spread the word.
Plan for new path on Bridge of the Gods moves forward in search of funding
The path would connect to adjacent trails and bike routes.
A 30 year-old vision for a carfree Historic Columbia River Highway
If only they would have taken his advice.