Synopses & Reviews
Here is your passport to 300,000 acres of pristine wilderness, encompassing 22 state parks with 167 miles of maintained trails in a brilliantly lush kingdom of mountains and waterfalls on the western end with pastoral farmland and arid desert on the eastern end. The ravages of nature--volcanic eruptions, floods, and landslides--have resulted in incomparable beauty. Eliminate the guesswork with this concise guide to nearly 50 hikes for all skill levels, from leisurely flower watchers to aspiring mountaineers. Let Hiking the Columbia River Gorge
be your guide to this 'final passage to the Pacific.' Its beautiful photos, maps, and special sections on safety, geology, and wilderness ethics will make it a welcome addition to your pack.
Forty-seven hikes in this area on the Oregon-Washington border.