Sea to Summit’s Columbia Gorge Waterfalls Tour is one of our most popular tours and takes you along the Historic Columbia River Gorge Highway, built in 1912-1914. Visit scenic Chanticleer viewpoint, Crown Point, and the Vista House, all featuring with incredible views of the Columbia River Gorge.
Your local guide will share the history and unique geographical features that created and surround this designated National Scenic Area. Tour and explore numerous waterfalls such as Latourell Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, Wahkeena Falls, Horsetail Falls, and the breathtaking 620ft Multnomah Falls.
Sea to Summit’s magnificent Columbia River Gorge Tours are not complete without a visit to the Bonneville Dam, Columbia River Salmon Ladders, Oregon’s largest fish hatchery and Sturgeon Research Center. Our Columbia River Gorge Tours are historically and geographically informative and amazingly scenic! Make sure to bring a camera on this incredible, short but sweet 1/2 day Sea to Summit tour!
Enjoy a Private Willamette Valley Wine Tour with Sea to Summit Tours & Adventures.
Oregon’s Willamette Valley is renowned for some of the worlds finest Pinot Noir and home to nearly 500 wineries. The Northern Willamette Valley, being the most condensed with wineries is just under a hour’s drive from the Portland metro area. This close proximity to Portland, Oregon creates a perfect opportunity for a day of touring Oregon’s world famous wine country with Sea to Summit Tours & Adventures.
We set an itinerary with outstanding wine, great hospitality, and beautiful scenery – all the keys to creating unforgettable Willamette Valley Wine Tours!
(all wine tasting fees included in tour price)
Sea to Summit’s most scenic and informative full day tour, this tour is not to be missed!
Your day begins with visits to Chanticleer Point, Crown Point and the Vista House, all breathtaking viewpoints of the Columbia River Gorge. Travel along the Historic Columbia River Highway constructed in 1912-1914 and explore numerous of Columbia River Gorges best waterfalls, including 620 ft. Multnomah Falls, one of North Americas tallest year round waterfalls.
Continuing on, it is a short trip to the Bonneville Dam salmon ladders and Oregon’s largest fish hatchery to the town of Hood River, Oregon, known as North Americas the wind/kite surfing capitol. While in Hood River area a stop for lunch, by a fresh fruit stand or winery is always a option during the tour.
Journey around the scenic east side of the Mt. Hood to the National Historic Landmark, Timberline Lodge, est 1934. This Magnificent Lodge sits at 6,000 ft on the south south side of Mt. Hood, Oregon’s tallest volcano. Home to Timberline Ski Area, this historical lodge has been featured in movies such as “The Shining” and is considered to be “Everyones Playground.”
Sea to Summit’s Columbia River Gorge and Mt. Hood Loop Tour is amazingly scenic and very informative, both historically and geographically.
Come explore with Sea to Summit on our Oregon Coast Tours! Customized to your private group’s desires, you’ll spend the day venturing through the unique natural offerings of the Oregon Coast State Parks. Surfing enthusiasts? Excellent, you’ll suit up and lets go catch some waves. Not your thing? Enjoy the astonishing views in the home of Oregon’s third most photographed scenery.
The tiny Oregon Coast towns of Manzanita, Cannon Beach, and Nehalam are filled with local eateries for a lazy, picturesque lunch endulgeing in some of the Pacific NW best seafood. Shop around these seaside villages and enjoy their quirky galleries. Sea to Summit guides customize this wonderful Oregon Coast tour to your group’s interest and individuality.
Travel along the Historic Columbia River Gorge Highway, visit the scenic Chanticleer viewpoint, Crown Point and the Vista House. Explore numerous waterfalls, including Latourell Falls, Wahkeena Falls, Horsetail Falls and the breathtaking Multnomah Falls. Enjoy the afternoon in Hood River, Oregon for lunch and a afternoon in the Hood River Valley sipping wine.
The Hood River Area is world renowned for its windsurfing, kite-boarding and what used to be a strictly fruit producing valley. In the past decade 25 wineries have emerged in this naturally rich Northwest area. The short, dramatic transition from hot, dry desert in the East to the cool moist foothills of the Cascades of the west makes this area supremely unique, giving it the nick name of a “world of wine in 40 miles.