First announcement: The final premiere for Northwest Video Scrapbook #7 is this Thursday in Portland, Oregon at Hopworks Urban Brewery presented by Next Adventure. Show starts around 9pm. Hopworks is also offering $3 pints that night so get there early, grab a beer, hang with friends, and enjoy the final #7 premiere
Welcome to the Hood River region
The Columbia River Gorge is one of the most epic areas of the United States for any type of kayaking – sea kayaking, lake kayaking, rec kayaking and most of all, whitewater kayaking. The Columbia River Gorge is home to the White Salmon, the Little White Salmon, the Hood River, the Wind River, the Klickitat River and the Columbia River. These rivers drain from two beautiful, majestic mountains – the Hood River on the Oregon side and Mt. Adams on the Washington side. All of these rivers are within 20 minutes from Hood River and range from class I – class V. Kayaking here in the Pacific Northwest is year round, that is, if you dress appropriately. Every season brings water into different rivers, which gives boaters the year-round variety to keep the sport fun and challenging. The Columbia River Gorge is 60 miles East of Portland, OR. The boating community here is always eager to share our rivers with others. We love to show off our backyard. Hope to see you on our rivers soon!
Recent News and Info
Whats black, red, and orange, paddles AT and hucks miniature ghords? Well, its the Great Pumpkin and Grim Reaper on the White Salmon River during the Halloween Howl A rainy, November 1st, brought around 100 people to the White Salmon. The Halloween Howl event started with registration for the andldquo;Great Pumpkin Chaseandrdquo;
It's on . . . the West Coast women invite YOU for a weekend of learning, sharing, laughing, competing and tons of FUN! JUNE 21 andamp; 22, 2008 It seems that in the last 2-3 years, women participants, in the sport of kayaking, have increased dramatically