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Bridge of the Gods, Cascade Locks

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  • We were driving north side of Columbia River Gorge (i.e. Washington side). The Bridge of the Gods is a convenient place to cross close to Cascade Locks to get to the Oregon side. There is a small fee ...  more »
  • Bridges fascinate me......All different and beautiful to look at. Take lots of pictures cause you can't have enough.  more »
  • I love crossing this bridge. If you have the correct amount toll, you won't have to wait. The view of the Columbia River is beautiful.  more »
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  • The Bridge of the Gods offers a unique and awe inspiring view of the Columbia River Gorge. Park at the base of the bridge in Cascade Locks (on the Oregon side) and you'll be able to walk or ride a bike on the old highway. This hike is fully paved and boasts smaller trail hikes, waterfalls, and meadows. Pro Tip: This is a toll bridge and costs in each direction, but if you're local and planning on multiple trips back and forth purchase a booklet at the toll booth which saves you $$ at each crossing.
  • Amazing way to get to the other side of the gorge if you drive through on the Oregon side or WA side. Leads to tons of great and beautiful trails. Apparently it can be walked. There is a toll, but card is accepted, so it is convenient. Don't skip if you've got the time!
  • A convenient and inexpensive toll bridge with, weather permitting, a spectacular view. $2 for cars to cross. 15 mph speed limit. Go slower and enjoy the view!
  • A must stop on the Gorge tour. We often stop here to do the bridge round trip. The cafe here is a treat. Often local natives sell their salmon under the bridge. Fresh fruit available in season.
  • A very interesting bridge to cross in the world! Also, a great place for photographs and to go fishing. Trains run on both banks, too.