Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail

Symbols represent major park features & activities. Blue icons mean some/all are ADA accessible.

Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail segments:

This just in, new videos from Oregon Department of Transportation that lay out the future development of sections of Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail. Check them out here.

Where motorists on old U.S. Highway 30 once crept around curves high along the cliffs of the Columbia River Gorge, hikers, bicyclists and users of other muscle-driven forms of transportation leisurely enjoy the view from the Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail. The trail, three disconnected paved ribbons along abandoned stretches of the historic highway, give you more than 12 miles of sightseeing thrills.

Mark O. Hatfield Trailheads (east and west)
Between Mosier and Hood River, the five-mile Twin Tunnels segment passes through two climate zones. Starting at the east Mark O. Hatfield Trailhead near Mosier, the 1.5 mile trail leads through semi-arid terrain dotted with ponderosa pine for about a mile until you reach the Twin Tunnels. Spectacular geologic formations tell the story of the gorge's creation.

After passing through the tunnels, you'll emerge into a forest of fir trees and other common western Oregon plants. Viewpoints along the 3.5-mile segment from the tunnels to the west Mark O. Hatfield Trailhead overlook the river.

Starvation Creek Trailhead

This 2-mile trail segment begins in Starvation Creek State Park and heads east ending at Viento State Park.

Historic Columbia River Highway and State Trail bicycle and hiking map


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