When planning your visit the Gorge, take READY, SET, GORGE to heart. Use these resources to help ensure you have a safe and enjoyable time while helping preserve this beautiful region for generations to come.
TRAIL RECREATION FEES
SCENIC AREA INFO
Columbia Gorge Express – From Portland’s Gateway Transit Center (serviced by Tri-Met) to Multnomah Falls, Rooster Rock State Park, Cascade Locks and Hood River during the summer months. The air-conditioned Columbia Gorge Express is equipped with wifi and bicycle racks. Stay tuned for the 2018 summer route and schedule. More info.
Portland Grey Line — Stops at Crown Point, Multnomah Falls, Oneonta Gorge, Horsetail Falls, and Bonneville Lock and Dam. The bus leaves daily from Pioneer Courthouse Square at 8:30 a.m.; weekends during the shoulder season. More info.
West End Transit (WET Bus) — Stops at nine trailheads and Columbia Gorge communities on the Washington side of the Gorge. This service connects with TriMet and C-TRAN. The WET bus runs Fridays-Sundays during the summer months. This is the best way to access the Dog Mountain Trail, which requires hiking permits March 31 - July 1. More info.Mt. Adams Transportation Services — Get a ride with your bike across the Hood River Bridge ($2 each way). More info.