Crown Point and Vista House : At the Gorge’s western entrance, this viewpoint provides the classic vista of the Columbia River and its mountain canyon.
Multnomah Falls : Plunging 620 feet, the second-highest drop in the nation, this is one waterfall you can’t miss.
Elowah Falls/McCord Creek Trails : Leading to two fantastic overviews of the same beautiful waterfall, these trails comprise one of the Gorge’s lesser-known hiking routes.
Eagle Creek Trail : The one trail you must hike in the Gorge, it leads to numerous waterfalls along a steep-sided valley
Rowena Crest and Tom McCall Nature Preserve : One of the few drive-to vistas in the Gorge, this promontory is famed for its spring wildflower displays.
Columbia Gorge Discovery Center : The best museum in the Gorge, relating the complex and fascinating history of the region.
Ramona Falls Trail : An easy hike leads to a dramatic weeping-wall waterfall, one of the most beautiful near Mount Hood.
Timberline Lodge : A fantastic log lodge built by hand in the 1930s, Timberline Lodge is an icon for the Northwest.