Acting as a border between Oregon and Washington, The Columbia River Gorge is home to over 26 waterfalls as well as several streams, trails, and lookouts.
How to spend 1 day at the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon http://mytanfeet.com/pacific-northwest/columbia-river-gorge-national-scenic-area/
Beacon Rock Hiking Trail | Columbia River Gorge, Washington. http://www.wta.org/go-hiking/hikes/beacon-rock
Oneonta Narrows - Columbia River Gorge, Oregon. Located at the Columbia River at River Mile 138, the falls are just half a mile up Oneonta Creek. The best way for visitors to reach Oneonta Narrows is by taking the Historic Columbia River Highway, which also takes in must-see sights such as the Benson State Recreation Area, Multnomah Falls, John B Yeon State Park and Ainsworth State Park.
The Oneota Gorge is tucked away within the stunning Columbia River Gorge!
One of the most incredible hidden gems in Oregon is tucked away in the Columbia River Gorge. This amazing 1-mile hike will lead you through a breathtaking moss-covered canyon all the way to a majestic, secluded Oneonta Falls.