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Waterfalls of Columbia River Gorge

Listed under Waterfalls in US West Coast, United States.

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The great Columbia River Gorge separates the states of Oregon and Washington. The mountainous walls of the gorge have many waterfalls, some of which are quite tall, such as the 620-foot Multnomah Falls, a popular tourist attraction. Other falls are not huge but very pretty. You could easily spend a full day or two here just seeing waterfalls.

Written by  Mike Lyvers.

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