The Columbia River Gorge 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.” Sea to Summit has created several combinations for Columbia Gorge Wine Tours, including whitewater rafting adventures or scenic Columbia River Gorge waterfall tours.
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 of Columbia Gorge wine tours. ($159.00)
White Water Rafting & Columbia Gorge Wine Tours Fee: $200.00
Travel along the Columbia River to the scenic town of Hood River, Oregon. Here we cross the Columbia River to Washington state and arrive at Washington’s class IV White Salmon River. The excitement begins as we enjoy a 1/2 day of exhilarating white water rafting, including America’s famous 16ft. Husum Falls, followed by a afternoon of Columbia Gorge wine tours. ($200.00) Sea to Summit has provided a few winery links for the Hood River area for you to explore:
For groups who desire a day purely wine touring Sea to Summit recommends our Willamette Valley Wine Tours just outside of Portland, Oregon. The Willamette Valley is the largest and most condensed AVA in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest, world renowned for its award winning Oregon Pinot Noirs. Sea to Summit provides the finest daylong Willamette Valley wine tours available in our custom Mercedes Benz.