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Wahclella Falls

January 14, 2015

One of the most mispronounced falls and one of the best, easy hikes in the Gorge, the first part of the trail is a leisurely flat walk on a closed access road. At the end on the road is a small dam used by the Bonneville Fish Hatchery. The trail narrows to a single tread… Read more »

Solstice Wood Fire Cafe & Bar

January 7, 2015

Solstice Wood Fire Cafe & Bar is pretty much a household name around these parts. Opening their doors in Bingen, WA in February 2007, it quickly became a local favorite, earning the attention of the Food Network Magazine. In September 2011 the Country Girl Cherry pizza, which combines cherries from the Columbia River Gorge region… Read more »

Relax and Rejuvenate …

December 30, 2014

  Relax and rejuvenate your mind, body, and soul with a private yoga class. Carson Ridge Luxury Cabins does everything within our power to make sure your time here is exactly what you want it to be!  We pride ourselves on setting a relaxing, peaceful tone the minute you arrive.  Why not continue that feeling… Read more »

Old Scenic Highway 30

December 23, 2014

Old Scenic Highway 30 is an absolute must-see while you are in the Columbia River Gorge.  The highway is teeming with fabulous waterfalls all waiting for you to explore.  In fact, there are seven:  Horsetail Falls is named for its characteristic form and plunges 176 feet. Enjoy a short hike on Horsetail Falls Trail to… Read more »

Mount St Helens

December 17, 2014

Mount St Helens is a modern day epic tale. The volcano boasts more than 200 miles of trails, allowing access to a fascinating landscape marked by gorgeous summer wildflowers, young forests, new lakes, huge mounds of ash and rock and a growing volcanic crater rimmed by the state’s newest glacier.  Amazing! There are many hikes… Read more »

Maryhill Museum

December 10, 2014

So, what is all the fuss?  Is Maryhill just another museum?  I think not!  Maryhill boasts an incredible collection of art and artifacts that is only rivaled by the colorful four benefactors of the Museum – an entrepreneur, a Queen, a pioneer of modern dance living in France and the wife of a San Francisco… Read more »

Indian Heaven Wilderness Area

December 3, 2014

Indian Heaven Wilderness is 20,600 acres of broad, rolling country, straddling the crest of the Cascade Range with subalpine meadows and 175 small lakes.  Indian Heaven offers visitors wildlife and panoramic views, as well as wildflowers and huckleberries, in season.  Created in 1984 as part of the Washington Wilderness Bill and located between Mt. Adams… Read more »

Hiking Through The Old Orchards

November 12, 2014

Once upon a time, many years ago, tucked away in the forest above the wedding lawns at Carson Ridge Luxury Cabins there was a bountiful apple orchard.  The orchard was owned by a sweet old man who was very proud of his apples.  For decades he harvested his apples and everyone in the Gorge marveled… Read more »

Windsurfing the Gorge – Try a Lesson!

November 5, 2014

Windsurfing the Gorge – The wind whips through your hair.  The spray from the fresh, crisp water showers over your forearms as you maneuver the boom.  The rough, gritty board feels sturdy and sure under your feet.  You are one with the waves.  You are in tune with the wind.  You, my friend, are wind… Read more »

Explore the Fruit Loop of Hood River Valley

October 29, 2014

  I just love telling guests they should spend the day on the Fruit Loop.  It makes me smile every single time I say it!  I mean how can you not have a great time spending the day cruising the 35 mile Fruit Loop?  Images of fruit lined loop-de-loops or sugary fruit flavored cereal springs… Read more »

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