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Getting to the Gorge Easily drivable, the Columbia River Gorge stretches east to west along Interstate 84 from Biggs Junction to Troutdale on the Oregon side of the river and from Maryhill to Camas along State Route 14 on the Washington side. Oregon’s Historic Columbia River Highway parallels I-84 from the Dalles to Troutdale. Some sections of the century-old highway have been developed as a state trail for hiking and biking. Other sections, designated U.S. Route 30, are accessible to motor vehicles, but portions are narrow and winding. Trailer-towing RVers may want to consider unhitching before driving the historic route.
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