A little redux from our cool routes series.
The Columbia River Highway, known locally as The Historic Highway, is the nation’s oldest scenic highway. Built in the 1920s, it remains a marvel of civil engineering as it navigates the rugged terrain with sweeping turns leading to breathtaking views. Theoretically, it never exceeds the state-mandated 6% incline. That may be true in a 1930s
Ride the northeastern edge of Portland
Explore an otherworldly landscape.
Cycle around Crater Lake while it’s car free!
A gorgeous ride on a mixed use paved path.