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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

  • Multnomah Falls
  • Latourell Loops
  • Travel the Historic Highway*
  • Crown Point with Vista House
  • Bonneville Dam
  • Booneville Fish Hatchery
  • Narrated tour aboard a deluxe motorcoach



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Includes

  • Narrated tour aboard a deluxe motorcoach

  • Optional gratuities
  • Food and beverages

Please Note

  • Reservations for the Gorge & Falls tour are required.
  • Children from 0 to 5 years of age are free.

From US$65

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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 showcases the incredible diversity of scenery at Portland’s doorstep.

We travel to Multnomah Falls along the river level route of the Lewis and Clark expedition and enjoy the unfolding panorama including Rooster Rock, Cape Horn, and Mist Falls, all sights first noted by the famous explorers over 200 years ago. Continuing to the Bonneville Fish Hatchery and Bonneville Dam and fish ladders, a national historic site in the heart of the Gorge, we pass Beacon Rock, a massive monolith. Then it is onto the Historic Columbia River Highway with panoramic views from hundreds of feet above the river at Crown Point and the historic Vista House. Descending through the famous highway loops we travel past sights including Sheppard's Dell and iconic basalt rock formations formed over thousands of years. Return to Portland along the river level route of the Lewis and Clark Expedition and enjoy the unfolding panorama, including Beacon Rock, Cape Horn and Rooster Rock, all sights first noted by the famous explorers over 200 years ago.
Visit Crown Point and Vista House with its spectacular views. Enjoy stops at Latourell and Multnomah Falls. The visit to Bonneville Dam and the Dam Fish Hatchery are not to be missed.
Tour departs at 8:30am
Tour returns at approximately 12:45 pm depending on traffic
Enjoy this 4.25 hour tour to the world-famous Columbia River Gorge & Multnomah Falls
The tour does not stop for lunch, as you are back in Portland by 12:45pm. Snacks are available at Multnomah Falls Lodge. There are restrooms at all of our stops and the motorcoach is restroom equipped.

Note: Operating Dates
May 7, 14, 21 – Saturdays - 8:30 AM departure
May 28 to September 5 – Daily except Wednesdays - 8:30 AM departure
September 8 to October 2 - Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays - 8:30 AM departure
October 8 to October 29 – Saturdays - 8:30 AM departure
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4.8 / 5   overall customer review rating
a Gray Line customer
Aug 09 2022
The tour guide was amazing, very knowledgeable and responsive to questions. Highly recommend.
Rick
Jun 23 2022
They canceled this trip for us without problem. Family emergency occurred.
Bettina Jamerson
Sep 20 2021
Our tour bus driver Brian was amazing! He was extremely knowledgeable of Portland, Columbia River Gorge, the scenic byway, waterfalls, and all the interesting tidbits of info. We truly enjoyed our tour & were so grateful Gray Line even carried out the tour with my husband and I being the only ones that were on it! Brian began sharing his knowledge as soon as he pulled off from our pick up point. He also offered to take our picture at multiple stop locations which we were grateful for. One of the highlights for our first trip to the PNW. We highly recommend this tour!
Becki Mann
Aug 15 2021
We enjoyed the bus tour. Brian our guide was very knowledgeable about the history of Portland and the Multnomah falls. He was a safe driver
Chris Daniel
Aug 09 2021
The guide was great and we loved the tour. Wish the stops were 50-100% longer.
a Gray Line customer
Aug 08 2021
Ordering the tickets online is a fine idea, but the online sign-up was confusing and difficult to process. At first it was unclear where the bus would pick us up when I saw on my ticket that I had to go online again to email where we wanted to be picked up: at 525 SW Naito Parkway or outside one of four listed Portland hotels. The online ticketing said that the tour would start at 8:30 am, but in reality did not start until 9 am after making the rounds of pickups at the hotels. The online ticketing said that the tour bus would return around 1:15 pm, depending on traffic, which is understandable, but we arrived back around before 12:30 pm. Thus, a shorter "4.5 hour" tour than we were expecting. We did not stop to see the Bonneville Dam and fish ladder. I understand that Gray Line wanted to get some people back so that they could quickly eat lunch and catch a different Gray Line City of Portland tour that was leaving soon after our early return to Portland. We travelled along the scenic Columbia River Highway, and back along the river route of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. We did stop at Multnomah Falls, Crown Point Vista House, and Latourell Falls. Nice photo opportunities! Also on the positive side, our bus driver/tour guide was pleasant, offered to answer any questions we might have, and appeared quite knowledgeable while telling us about the points of interest during our bus ride. Educational and entertaining! The bus was comfortable, clean, and thankfully uncrowded.
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