TrailCheck is an app allowing users to crowdsource the information that matters to hikers most, from parking lot capacity to trail conditions.
Stevie Nicks once sang that if she lives to see the seven wonders—if she makes it to the rainbow’s end—she’ll never live to match the beauty again.
Columbia River Brewing will serve its final customers today, Wednesday, May 15, after nearly nine years of business.
In November, Mayor Ted Wheeler came out in support of ferry service in Portland; there’s a line in his budget for helping to study the issue; but it will be a point of contention.
“Seeing the graffiti photos was heartbreaking. Like many who work or live in the Gorge, I’m angry.”
WW’s news partner KATU floated the river today with Portland Fire and Rescue, capturing on video the mess that has accrued as water levels swell.
It’s unusual for Portland to get flood warnings this time of year, but the National Weather Service says heavy rain from Northeast Oregon is overwhelming local watersheds.
On Friday, The Columbia River Gorge Forest Service shut down the Wahkeena-Multnomah loop trail at Multnomah Falls after rockslides endangered hikers, who had to be escorted out with hard hats.
Heavy rainfall in the Columbia River Gorge today has prompted the National Weather Service of Portland to issue a flash flood warning for the Eagle Creek Burn area.