MAPS

When visiting a new area, maps are a great resource for planning your adventure. With several wineries and breweries in the Columbia River Gorge, maps will be your passport to taste and explore local businesses. Fishermen will be searching for boat launches just as water sports enthusiasts will search for beaches and launch sites. Looking for waterfalls? The Waterfall Alley map is a great tool. And for those Sunday drivers and sightseeing visitors, the big map will show you the way.

NOTE: NEW PERMIT INFORMATION 2022
A permit will be needed to drive the waterfall corridor of the Columbia River Gorge Historic Highway from May 24–September 5 between the hours of 9am to 6pm. Permits are also needed to visit Multnomah Falls when you park on the freeway exit parking area and walk in.
For more information see recreation.gov and waterfallcorridorpermits.org

Click on the below maps for larger detailed versions.

A map displaying Columbia River Gorge and surrounding area travel in Oregon and Washington

Columbia River Gorge & Surrounding Area Map

The Mt. Hood Scenic Loop Map that guides you from Troutdale to Hood River to Mt. Hood and back

Mt. Hood Scenic Loop Map

A map displaying Mt. St. Helens, the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, the Columbia River Gorge and surrounding areas

Mt. St. Helens & Gifford Pinchot National Forest Map

Known as Waterfall Alley, this map displays all waterfall locations along Oregon’s Columbia River Gorge Scenic Highway

Waterfall Alley Map

Map of boat ramps in the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon and Washington

Boat Ramps in the Columbia River Gorge Map

Water sports map of launch sites in the Columbia River Gorge for both Washington and Oregon

Water Sports Map with detailed Launch Site information

Use the Gorge Wine map to plan your tour of Columbia Gorge wine country in both Oregon and Washington

Gorge Wine Map

The Breweries in the Gorge map helps you discover some of the Nation's finest beer in the Gorge

Breweries in the Gorge Map