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Columbia River Gorge: Washington 14
The Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge is probably the more commonly-traveled side, thanks to Interstate 84 and the excellent scenic alternatives on old US 30. However, for a different perspective, you can hop over to the other side of the Columbia River and drive through the gorge on the Washington side. My Visit No matter which path you choose through the Columbia River Gorge, the drive is remarkable. On this trip to Glacier National Park in 2014, I decided to retrace the route I followed on a similar trip in 2006 — and that meant kicking off the …