Celebrate 100 years of the Historic Columbia River Highway
Events this summer
More than 700,000 visitors each year stop at the iconic Vista House at Crown Point along the Historic Columbia River Highway.
Hailed “King of Roads,” Historic Route 30 was officially dedicated on June 7, 1916, with a dazzling affair that drew the attention of the nation and the world. This summer, we invite you to explore and rediscover the historic highway and the beautiful Columbia River Gorge it traverses. Take a drive, hike or bike ride. View magnificent waterfalls and vistas and stop by the communities along the way–many are hosting events to celebrate the centennial. Here’s our guide to four new experiences you can have in the Gorge this summer.
1.Music in the Gorge. This summer brings opportunity to attend some not-so-traditional concerts in some unexpected venues.
- Sing-along, play along, or just sit back and enjoy the Song Circles at Vista House at Crown…
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Posted on July 5, 2016, in Cultural History, Programs & Events, Visiting the Gorge and tagged Columbia River Gorge, Crown Point, Historic Columbia River Highway, Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail, music, Oregon State Parks, Song Circle. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.