Explore the Gorge
with a detailed map of the Columbia River in Washington and Oregon!
This detailed map will show you where you have been and where you
need to go in exploring the Gorge.
click here for a sample of the map detail.
The Columbia River Gorge is full of interesting places to visit
on main highways and a score of small two lane roads. With a
in microclimates from 64 inches of rain at the west end near Stevenson,
Washington, to less than 10 inches of rain to the east end of the
Gorge, land goes from rain forest like to semi arid desert conditions.
The history of the Gorge has the same type
of diversity with the explorations of Lewis and Clark, the pioneers
who traveled the Oregon
Trail and the farmers who planted the first apples and pears in the
late 1800’s making orchards a viable business for the area.
Learn the way to drive the back
The historic town of Shaniko in Wasco County, Oregon
is where thousands of head of sheep were grazed.
Explore the Gifford Pinchot
Forest and Mt. Adams near Trout Lake, Washington. Enjoy the Hood
River Valley loop to see orchards and spectacular views of Mt. Hood
all the way to Timberline Lodge. Find some of the Columbia River
Gorge campgrounds from beaches of the Columbia River to the high
meadows of Mt. Hood and the huckleberry fields of Mt. Adams.
The Columbia River from Washington
The Columbia Gorge map gives in depth detail
of roads, rivers and mountains in both Oregon and Washington
along the Columbia River.
There are two choices of maps to order.
The Columbia Gorge full size comprehensive
map folds out to 27” x 39-1/2” inches and
covers the entire Gorge from Portland to Biggs Junction.
are indexed and show an enlarged view. Printing is on standard
map weight paper that is heavy enough to withstand folding
and unfolding without tearing at the seams. The price is
$5.95 plus $4.00 shipping and handling.
The laminated Visor Map
is handy and extremely durable. The map accordion folds
to a size
of 24-1/2” x 11-1/2”.
The map shows detail from Cascade Locks to Biggs Junction.
Indexed areas are of Hood River, The Dalles and White Salmon.
The price is $7.95 plus $4.00 shipping and handling.
Contact Gorge Living to order a Columbia
Gorge Map in either a full fold out version or a laminated