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Blackbird Hill

Blackbird Hill is the burial site of several Omaha chiefs, including Chief Blackbird who died in 1800 during a smallpox outbreak. In 1804, the Lewis and Clark expedition visited the site to pay their respects…

lat: 42.0799897 long: -96.2986356

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Catherine Creek Trailhead

This is one of the premier areas for early spring wildflower viewing in the eastern Columbia River Gorge. There is a seasonal waterfall here as well. The trailhead and parking is located on the north side…

lat: 45.7105172 long: -121.3620813

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Columbia Hills State Park

Columbia Hills State Park is a Washington State Park located 6 miles east of Dallesport on SR 14 in Klickitat County. The park occupies 3,338 acres on Horsethief Lake, an impoundment of the Columbia River,…

lat: 45.642663 long: -121.1055747

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COR Cellars

COR Cellars creates wines from the edge. We sit at the crossroads of eastern and western Washington, where a sub-alpine climate peers out into the desert. With a focus on mountain varietals from the Columbia…

lat: 45.7114068 long: -121.3015009

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Dip-net Viewing Fisher Bridge / Klickitat River

The Klickitat River starts from Mt. Adams and flows until it merges with the Columbia River Gorge. Between river mile 1.1 and 2.5, you’ll find the dip-net sites. In this area of the river Steelhead…

lat: 46.0913815 long: -121.2593699

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Syncline Winery

Syncline Wine Cellars is located along the Columbia River in southern Washington State. The location, in the eastern Columbia River Gorge, is unique place for growing wine grapes. The estate vineyard, Steep Creek Ranch, is…

lat: 45.718115 long: -121.3319

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The Lyle Hotel Restaurant & Bar

A historic railroad hotel built in 1905, The Lyle Hotel, was instrumental in the construction of the SP & S Railway and developing industrial commerce and tourism in the Columbia River Gorge. Hosting industrialists, managers,…

lat: 45.6915598 long: -121.2833771

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Tribal Salmon – Lyle, WA

The Columbia River is known for its distinctly flavored, rich red chinook salmon, also called king salmon. For thousands of years, the Columbia has been home to coho, sockeye, chum and steelhead salmon as well…

lat: 45.695954 long: -121.2861833

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