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Columbia River Gorge Collection

Background imageColumbia River Gorge Collection: Clouds drift over the Columbia River which runs between Oregon and Washington

Clouds drift over the Columbia River which runs between Oregon and Washington. The scenic Columbia River Gorge runs for over 80 miles

Background imageColumbia River Gorge Collection: A waterfall flows over a cliff into the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon. This canyon

A waterfall flows over a cliff into the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon. This canyon, with the Columbia River flowing through it, is 80 miles long

Background imageColumbia River Gorge Collection: An aerial view shows a snow-covered forest growing over the hills

An aerial view shows a snow-covered forest growing over the hills and canyons in the Columbia River Gorge of Oregon

Background imageColumbia River Gorge Collection: A scenic waterfall plunges over 500 feet from a cliff into the Columbia River Gorge, Oregon

A scenic waterfall plunges over 500 feet from a cliff into the Columbia River Gorge, Oregon. Forests and rivers predominate in this PNW region

Background imageColumbia River Gorge Collection: Low clouds drift in a mountainous valley in the Columbia River Gorge, Oregon

Low clouds drift in a mountainous valley in the Columbia River Gorge, Oregon. This area is known for its waterfalls, forests and the Columbia River

Background imageColumbia River Gorge Collection: A scenic river flows through a slot canyon and into the Columbia River Gorge, Oregon

A scenic river flows through a slot canyon and into the Columbia River Gorge, Oregon. This beautiful area is known for its waterfalls and forests

Background imageColumbia River Gorge Collection: A scenic river flows over a waterfall and into the Columbia River Gorge, Oregon

A scenic river flows over a waterfall and into the Columbia River Gorge, Oregon. This beautiful area is known for its waterfalls and forests

Background imageColumbia River Gorge Collection: The magnificent Multnomah Falls, over 600 feet high, is located on the Oregon side of the Columbia

The magnificent Multnomah Falls, over 600 feet high, is located on the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge, just about 30 miles east of Portland

Background imageColumbia River Gorge Collection: The exquisite Elowah Falls is located on the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge

The exquisite Elowah Falls is located on the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge. This scenic waterfall is just about 30 miles east of Portland

Background imageColumbia River Gorge Collection: The beautiful Horsetail Falls is located on the Oregon side of the scenic Columbia River Gorge

The beautiful Horsetail Falls is located on the Oregon side of the scenic Columbia River Gorge, just about a 30 minute drive east of Portland

Background imageColumbia River Gorge Collection: The spectacular Multnomah Falls, over 600 feet high, is located on the Oregon side of the Columbia

The spectacular Multnomah Falls, over 600 feet high, is located on the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge, just 30 miles east from Portland

Background imageColumbia River Gorge Collection: Seen from a bird's eye perspective, the impressive Panther Creek Falls flows through the Gifford

Seen from a bird's eye perspective, the impressive Panther Creek Falls flows through the Gifford Pinchot National Forest in Washington

Background imageColumbia River Gorge Collection: The Columbia River Gorge, a popular recreation region, is a federally protected scenic area

The Columbia River Gorge, a popular recreation region, is a federally protected scenic area forming the boundary between Washington and Oregon


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