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Multnomah Falls & Columbia River Gorge Tour From Portland

Multnomah Falls & Columbia River Gorge Tour From Portland

The Columbia with Crown Point in the distance
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Explore the lush, green hillscapes of the famous Columbia River Gorge and the Multnomah Waterfall on this memorable tour right outside of Portland

4.5 hours
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
  • Free Cancellation

Highlights

  • Crown Point with Vista House
  • Latourell Falls, Horsetail Falls
  • Multnomah Falls
  • Bonneville Dam
  • Dam Fish Hatchery



Added Safety Measures in Place

Includes

  • Narrated tour aboard a deluxe motorcoach

  • Optional gratuities
  • Food and beverages

Please Note

  • Reservations for the Gorge and Falls tour are required
  • Children from 0 to 5 years of age are free
  • This tour does not operate on June 6 and June 13 due to parades in downtown Portland

From US$44

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Experience the Rose City’s most renowned nature escape, the world-famous Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. This half day tour from Portland showcases the incredible diversity of scenery just outside of the city.

Travel along the historic Columbia River Highway with panoramic views from hundreds of feet above the river at Crown Point and the historic Vista House. Descend through the famous highway loops to the pristine Latourell Falls for a beautiful photo opportunity. Travel past Wahkeena Falls to Oregon’s most famous natural attraction – Multnomah Falls and Lodge. Multnomah Falls is an 611-foot-tall (186 meters) waterfall. Witness the power of this beautiful natural attraction. AFter, see the Oneonta Gorge and Horsetail Falls en route to the Bonneville Dam and fish ladder, a national historic site in the splendid heart of the Gorge.

Return to Portland driving along the river route of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Enjoy the unfolding panorama, including Beacon Rock, Cape Horn and Rooster Rock - all sights first noted by the famous explorers over 200 years ago.

Schedule

Tour departs at 8:30am, please arrive no later than 8:20am to exchange your voucher for a ticket at our Gray Line/Pink Trolley Sightseeing sales booth at 525 SW Naito Parkway and board your coach.
Tour returns at approximately 1:15 pm depending on traffic

This tour does not stop for lunch as you are back in Portland by 1:15pm. Snacks are available at Multnomah Falls Lodge. There are restrooms at all of our stops and the motorcoach is restroom equipped.
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4.8 / 5   overall customer review rating
Kelly Chavers
Jul 26 2021
May was wonderful. She went above and beyond as our guide. She knew so much and had such wonderful energy. Please tell her how great she made our tour.
Elle Marc-Charles
Jul 18 2021
Excellent tour and very knowledgeable tour guide who seems to enjoy what he does! Had a great time.
a Gray Line customer
Jul 13 2021
The tour covered what we expected, plus we had a very nice coach driver, Brian, who shared interesting history of the area and was courteous and helpful.
Jim Wu
Jul 08 2021
Friendly tour guide/driver
Vishweshwara Ramachandran
Jul 03 2021
The tour was precise to the spots to be shown and tour guide Brian was very knowledgeable and even volunteered to take family pictures. The bus was clean.
a Gray Line customer
Oct 21 2019
Brian is very knowledgeable about the area, and made it a great experience.
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