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    Columbia Gorge Historic Highway

    This road is only 1/2 hour from down town Portland. It was built between 1913 and 1922 by Sam Hill through the Columbia River Gorge. The intent of the road was to provide motorists with a passtime as well as to create a transportation corridor. This section is very special, on the west end of the gorge this 2.6 miles drops from the plateau down to the river level.
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    looks like a beautiful and challenging ride.
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    Crown Pt

    This is the Vista House that is perched on the looping point on the map
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    Narrow and curvey

    This is no place for sight seeing
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    Barn Fire

    When you get out you see stuff happening
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    Big country

    North of the Columbia River and at the East edge of the Gorge, the Klikitat river cuts a beautiful canyon down the flank of Mt Adams. See the road 3 miles down the canyon? (my favorite day ride)
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