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Went on a weekday, so no lines at the toll booth. Great views from the bridge itself, but you're likely to be disappointed with your photos if you don't plan them carefully (lots of girders in the way). The best spot to photograph the bridge...More
A better idea is to stop at the awesome Bridgeside restaurant and eat while LOOKING at this really cool bridge and watch and pray for the PCT hikers who have to walk over it without getting hit by a car. There is no sidewalk or...More
If you are in the Columbia River Gorge, this is worth your time. Driving across the Tollbridge gives you a spectacular view of the gorge. Of course you need for the driver to keep looking straight ahead well all the passengers enjoy the views.
Actually it's a very cool piece of History if you haven't crossed it at least once you need to beware though or there is a fee and that is charged both ways..... But still an easy way to get over the river closer to portland....
We stopped at this bridge, because it was on our way to Portland. We went over into Washington across the bridge. Indians were selling salmon under the bridge, which was kinda kool! We got out and looked at the river and saw platforms where the...More
This is an experience when traveling the Gorge. I recommend coming from the Washington side and crossing over to Cascade Locks for lunch (try Cascade Locks Ale House). It is a VERY narrow bridge and has a $2 per car toll. You occasionally have pedestrians...More
Walked onto the bridge from Oregon side, first time for us on steel bridge like this. Feels adventurous thinking about those who walk the Pacific Crest Trail and cross over to Washington state here.
1 USD fee. Sharing the bridge with cars.