Behold the Columbia River Valley’s jaw-dropping beauty up-close when adventuring outdoors. From epic excursions in the snow, to warm-weathered fun in the sun, there’s something for every season, and for groups of any size. Book a guided tour or go it alone, the Gorge’s great outdoors is calling your name!
Indian Creek Golf Course is a hidden gem located where the Hood River valley joins the majestic Columbia River gorge. Tucked into the rolling hills of this valley junction and surrounded by the northern foothills of Mount Hood, Indian Creek provides great scenery and extensive elevation change.
Head out to John B. Yeon Scenic Corridor to one of the dramatic and secluded waterfalls in the area. A family- and dog-friendly 2.2-mile hike leads to Upper McCord Creek Falls, actually a double falls that cascade 64 feet over mossy basalt.
Not to be confused with the Punchbowl Falls on Eagle Creek, Punchbowl Falls in Dee is Hood River County’s newest and most scenic park.
Although it's called Dry Creek Falls, this beautiful waterfall does not ever run dry, even in the middle of summer. Find the falls by taking the Pacific Crest Trail.