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Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail, Mosier
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  • My husband and I stopped at the Mosier visitor’s center to get more information about the Mosier Twin tunnels. We knew we could get to the tunnels from the East or the West. We wanted to take the shor...  more »
  • This Historic Highway 30 is drop dead gorgeous! It's filled with waterfalls, some of which you can see from parking lots and others you need to hike to. A lot of the people whizzing by on 84 probably ...  more »
  • If you're traveling along Interstate 84 along the Columbia River, exit off and take Historic Highway 30/Historic Columbia River Highway. It doesn't add too much mileage but you will be more than rewar...  more »
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  • A casual bike ride along this trail is about 1.5 hours. We left from Mosier to start, and the ride west to east was more difficult, with the greatest difficulty being from trail start to the tunnel. That being said, the Hood River parking facility is much nicer - bathrooms, layout, and there are trail signs there - than the Mosier end. Lots of great views along the way. Probably not a good place to take younger kids on bikes as the hills can be steep at times and would be difficult to surmount or stop.
  • Found this trail in the Curious Gorge Book. Highly recommended if you want to explore the Columbia Gorge. This trail is a lot of fun and a nice piece of history.
  • This is the right side of the Tunnels trail if you are walking. Bring $5 cash for the parking. No change provided at the self pay station.