Cascade Inn

Address: 410 Wanapa St., Cascade Locks, Oregon, United States | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Cascade Locks

A really exciting day with lots to see.

A travel blog entry by misu5321 on Sep 24, 2015

4 photos

... Helen's was the most awe inspiring scene of natural wonder you could ask for. I am uploading a picture of the info board that describes the eruption. It is interesting to read.

From Mt St Helen's we rode south into Gifford Pinchot National Forest. It is a beautiful ride and as we descended the temperature started to rise. ...

This is the End

A travel blog entry by trackingdj on Aug 31, 2015

2 comments, 11 photos

... was slow cold and exotic. I walked with other close friends thru the Sierra, breaking new trail thru the snow daily as we went over 12,000 or higher foot mountain passes.
The Sierra passed by in a beautiful haze of emotion. I was living my dreams and nothing was going to stop me from succeeding in my goals. Canada slowly grew nearer and at the same time my body grew stronger. I was sad to leave behind my beautiful Sierra, but it was on to ...

Day 7 - Columbia River Gorge

A travel blog entry by coznlinda on Aug 23, 2015

25 photos

... Mt. Rainier with a couple of stops for waterfalls. We stopped at two really nice ones Horsetail Falls and Waheema Falls but we couldn't get near the biggest one Multanomah Falls. Traffic was backed up for MILES both ways and the smoke in the area made it difficult to view anything.

We crossed over into Washington and saw the turn for Mt. St. Helen's so we decided to stop at the visitor's center. The smoke is pretty ...

The Totally Awesome Columbia River

A travel blog entry by dan-judy on Jul 18, 2015

11 photos

... limits. We were amazed at the number of fish migrating upstream via the ladders -- primarily salmon (Chinook, Coho, and Sockeye), but also Steelhead and Shad. Last year 5.2 million fish were actually counted in the ladders -- how would you like to count fish for 8 hours a day (even with a 10 minute break)! From there we went to see Elowah Falls that had, according to the literature, a 1.6 mile roundtrip ...

Going East In Oregon Along the Columbia River

A travel blog entry by dan-judy on Jul 16, 2015

13 photos

... kinds of rocks and roots. Oh well . . . . . Today we drove along the Historic Columbia River Highway which travels through the Columbia Gorge, with 2,000-foot-tall cliffs, unusual rock formations, and eleven waterfalls. These waterfalls, formed by underground springs or creeks augmented by snowpack runoff and rainwater, flow into the Columbia River. We stopped at four different waterfalls, all of which were totally ...