Columbia River Gorge Landscape Photography, Oregon - MadsPeterIversenPhotography

Columbia River Gorge Landscape Photography, Oregon

If you like waterfalls, you’ve come to the right place, because we’re going to the Columbia River Gorge – one of the best locations for photographing waterfalls in all of the US.Columbia River Gorge or more specific the Historic Columbia River Highway is a 121 km long scenic highway in Oregon between Troutdale and The Dallas. There are numerous beautiful locations on this route and waterfalls are especially present here among the miles upon miles of hiking trails. Another thing which is important to note here is that many of these tourist locations are easy to approach and with the highway very close

Columbia River Gorge or more specific the Historic Columbia River Highway is a 121 km long scenic highway in Oregon between Troutdale and The Dallas. There are numerous beautiful locations on this route and waterfalls are especially present here among the miles upon miles of hiking trails. Another thing which is important to note here is that many of these tourist locations are easy to approach and with the highway very close there’re good opportunities for thieves to get away fast, so don’t leave valuables in your car.My original intent was to make my trip to the Columbia River Gorge into one episode, but I decided to split it into three and release them all within the same week instead. Even though we were in this location for almost a week, we did not get to visit nearly all of the big locations, so don’t see these videos as a “complete guide”.

My original intent was to make my trip to the Columbia River Gorge into one video episode, but I decided to split it into three and make it easier to watch.Even though we were in this location for almost a week, we did not get to visit nearly all of the big locations, so don’t see these videos as a “complete guide”.

Even though we were in this location for almost a week, we did not get to visit nearly all of the big locations, so don’t see this as a “complete guide”. In the first part I'll describe Latourell Falls, Multnomah Falls and the Oneonta Gorge. In part 2 I'll focus on the three waterfalls Ponytail Falls, Elowah Falls and Dry Creek Falls. In part 3 I'll describe two waterfalls in Washington State, Spirit Falls and Wolf Creek Falls and a viewpoint in Mayer State Park called Rowena Crest Viewpoint.


Part 1


Part 2


Part 3