Central Gorge, Oregon

Eastern end of Bradford Island, viewed from Toothrock Trail (photographer: Dawn Harrison)

Trail Features

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Trail Description Driving Directions

alert Trail Alert, Nov 26, 2018: Partial opening: Parking here and the paved Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail is open. Gorge trail #400 is closed.

This paved trail is the result of the Historic Columbia River Highway restoration efforts, and is a great year-round trail. + Read More

Trail Details

  • Type: Out and back
  • Distance: 4 miles round trip
  • Elevation Gain: 200 feet
  • Difficulty: Moderate
  • Family Friendly Family Friendly: Yes
  • Restrooms Restrooms: Yes
  • Trailhead Pass Trailhead Pass: No

  • Gorge Trailhead Passes Guide
Columbia Gorge Car-Free

Columbia Gorge Car-Free

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Post-Fire Gorge Hiking Opportunities

Post-Fire Gorge Hiking Opportunities

These trails and recreation areas in and around the Gorge are open for exploring.

Ready, Set, GOrge!

Ready, Set, GOrge!

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Friends Business Members in the Gorge

Friends Business Members in the Gorge

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Driving Directions

Toothrock Trailhead:  From I-84, take Exit #40/Bonneville Dam. Turn south at the stop sign and drive about 100 feet. Turn left at the fork (right takes you to Wahclella Falls trailhead). Follow the short road uphill to the end where you'll see the trailhead parking lot. + Read More

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