Lyle Cherry Orchard Hike

This relatively short hike through a preserve owned by the Friends of the Columbia Gorge offers spectacular views of the Columbia River Gorge, amazing spring wildflowers, a gnarled old oak forest, and tops out in an old cherry orchard with … Read more →

Beacon Rock

Beacon Rock has been an important landmark since before Lewis and Clark put it on their maps. Now part of a WA State Park it offers both camping and hiking opportunities in the beautiful Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. … Read more →

Klickitat Rails to Trails

Take a hike, ride a horse or trail bike beside the Klickitat River following 31 miles of a “rails to trails” converted old railroad corridor linking the towns of Lyle and Goldendale. The Klickitat Trail offers spectacular river and canyon … Read more →

2015 SpringFest Fun Run/Walk was an Incredible Success

   What an amazing day everyone had at the SpringFest Fun Run/Walk. We figured we’d be doing well to get 30-40 participants… well we sorta outdid that with somewhere between 130 and 160 participants. Of course, a GORGE-ous day didn’t hurt any, and the people were psyched for something like … Read more →

Columbia Hills Trail Daze

Columbia Hills Trail Daze Saturday May 2nd was a day of guided walks and talks beckoning visitors to Columbia Hills State Park. Activities included: Roving Ice Age Floods Interpretation – Horsethief Butte @ 10:00am. Pictograph Tours – Reservations required – … Read more →

Recreation Leagues

Tennis, Soccer, Baseball, Basketball, Football, Frisbee, Badminton, Tiddlywinks… Do you want to play and are looking for a league? Or do you want to help start a league? Would you like to join a league?  Are you in a league? … Read more →