Columbia River Gorge

Pictures and video from four days along the Columbia River Gorge. (June 2017)
A video montage from our four days in the Columbia River Gorge. (2.5 minutes) Looking east from the Vista House Campgrounds were full by the evening on the south side, so we crossed over to the north to find a place to overnight. Pan and Hera looking for potential prey... DSC03293 Multnomah Falls
DSC03299 And from the top of Multnomah Falls looking down DSC03305 DSC03308 Weisendanger Falls – on the loop trail from Multnomah Falls DSC03320
DSC03326 DSC03331 Fairy Falls - still on the loop trail from Multnomah Falls DSC03353 Upper Horsetail Falls Upper Horsetail Falls
DSC03367 Some fish ponds at the Bonneville Fish Hatchery – definitely a cool, must see place to tour. DSC03377 DSC03400 DSC03404 DSC03406
DSC03408 DSC03413 The spillway at Bonneville Dam DSC03415 DSC03417 Salmon ladders/maze at the Bonneville Dam
Salmon ladders/maze at the Bonneville Dam DSC03432 DSC03449 Freaky-looking Pacific Lamprey clinging to the window of the salmon ladder Found a great campsite for two nights at the Tucker County Park Campground near the town of Hood River Hera's favorite spot at any established campground: the picnic table
DSC03468 DSC03473 Pan loves a dirt bath Sampling the many trails at Post Canyon, near the Columbia River Gorge DSC06767 DSC06769
Lovely view of Mt. Adams DSC06774 DSC06778 DSC06779 Heading towards Mt. Hood from Hood River Visiting the Mt. Hood ski area in June
Pan's first touch of snow