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    Going, Going, Gone... The Missing Animals of the Columbia River Gorge

    The Columbia River Gorge has seen plenty of species come and go over the millennia. Here is a short list of species you WON'T see when you visit there today.

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    Time Traveling Through The Columbia River Gorge

    Studying different types and strata of rock is key to geology – and the Columbia River Gorge is a perfect spot for this activity!

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    Cataclysm! Floods That Swallowed the Land

    In prehistoric times, monster floods drowned the Pacific Northwest no less than forty times!

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    Columbia River Gorge

    This 80-mile stretch of canyon marks the border between Oregon and Washington state.

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    The Columbia River Bar

    There’s no greater (or treacherous) a bar on the Oregon Coast than at the mouth of the mighty Columbia River. Learn why this area is called "The Graveyard of the Pacific."

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    Discovery of the Hidden River

    The story of how an American sea captain discovered the fourth largest river in North America by following the trail of muddy water.

  • Rogue River

    The Rogue River stretches over 215 miles (346 km) from its headwaters located near the caldera known as Crater Lake, twisting its way through the rugged Klamath Mountains, until finally discharging into the Pacific Ocean at Gold Beach.

  • Oregon Route 34: Fish and Forest

    OR34 (known as Alsea Highway) connects US Highway 101 (Pacific Coast Highway) at Waldport with Philomath on the east side of the Coast Range Mountains.

  • US Route 20: From Valley to Sea

    There are only a few major highways which connect the Oregon coast to the interior of the state, with U.S. Route 20 being one of the best known on the central coast.

  • Alpine Adaptations

    An unusual "micro-climate" exists at the very top of Marys Peak in the Coast Mountain Range. Learn about this rare sub-alpine biome.

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