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      Fall in Trout Lake

      Mount Adams and large Altocumulus lenticularis stack
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      Come Play on the Rivers

      Watersports happen nearly year around in one form or another.
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      Sunsets in the Gorge

      Looking southwest from Klickitat County during an October sunset over Columbia River
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      Sunset over Klickitat RIver

      Travel the northern route across Klickitat County for more amazing views
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      Fall Colors

      brighten up the landscape in the Autumn in Klickitat County
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      Fall Color Loops

      Drive the Loops around Klickitat County for a range of fall color
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      Local Legends

      Sleeping Beauty reclines near Trout Lake
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      Gorge Views

      From White Salmon at the west end of the county
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      Glenwood Valley

      Has many lovely higher altitude colors
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      Hood River Bridge

      Easy connection between Oregon and Washington
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      Conboy Aspens

      enjoy hikes at Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge
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      Camas Prairie

      Mount Adams stands tall over the Glenwood Valley
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      Windfarms and Barns

      sunset outside Goldendale
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      Gorge View

      looking west from Underwood
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      View from Visitor Center

      let us help you find your seasonal beauty
  • Welcome to the Columbia River Gorge!

    Whitewater, wind sports, hiking, biking, fishing, hunting, winter sports, artisanal wines and beers, simple and exquisite dining, scenic driving loops, exciting events, museums, healthy local economies, thriving colorful businesses, involved citizens, carefully protected environments, total relaxation, refreshment, and satisfaction — you'll discover it all here in abundance!

  • Mark Your Calendar Mark Your Calendar

    Every Day is Beautiful in Green Valley

    With a wide variety of events and opportunities, Green Valley has something to offer everyone. Celebrate the fun of the Minnesota State Fair with us each summer. Enjoy a scenic stroll through our many parks or play a round of golf at one of our three courses. Have your picture taken with the World’s Largest Owl and marvel at all the beautiful outdoor murals throughout the town.

    Our community offers a thriving economy, superb schools, traditional values, faith and fellowship, helpful services, and many entertainment options. Green Valley is truly the ideal place for new ventures and new growth because every day is abeautiful day.

  • Discover the Columbia Gorge Discover the Columbia Gorge

  • Explore More Explore More

    Residents value a quality of life hard to find anywhere else in the country, and their attentiveness to personal and community health is a large part of this lifestyle. With a close tie to the land, residents encourage one another to stay physically fit in the numerous gyms, yoga and fitness studios, as well as regular workouts in our outdoor gym: the Gorge.

    There are many options for you on the northshore of the Columbia River Gorge. Use one of our partner website, ColumbiaGorgetoMthood.com to explore more!

  • Serenity Available Here Serenity Available Here

    Go to a Forest. Walk slowly. Breathe. Open all your senses. This is the healing way of Shinrin-yoku Forest Therapy, the medicine of simply being in the forest. The idea is simple: if a person visits a natural area and walks in a relaxed way there are calming, rejuvenating and restorative benefits to be achieved. John Muir wrote, “Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home. Wilderness is a necessity.” We invite you to visit the Gifford Pinchot National Forest and Mt. Adams Wilderness Areas for your forest therapy. Stop by our Visitor Center for directions and details including old growth timber areas.

    Our mighty Columbia River and the lands that surround her offer you a diverse map of options from old growth timber stands to high prairie wildflower patches. Look up at the skies. See the clouds and the colors ever changing from dawn to dusk. Breathe. Be serene. 

    There are over 800 species of native flowers in the Columbia River Gorge; fifteen of these are endemic and not found anywhere else in the world. This is a special part of the planet and we hope you will respect our natural sites and resources while you are here. Thank you. 

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  • Visitors Magazine Visitors Magazine

    Hiking. Wildflowers. Wild Rivers. Wine. Its all here to discover in the Columbia River Gorge magazine. Request a copy by emailing MtAdamsChamber@gmail.com.


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