With mountain biking season in full swing and many of Hood River’s most popular trails either destroyed or in very rough shape from last winter’s ice storm damage and subsequent salvage logging operations, Hood River Area Trail Stewards hosted a trail work party Saturday in the Post Canyon/Riordan Hill area.
The first pub trivia event with the Gorge Roller Girls will be Nov. 17 at Solera Brewery in Parkdale.
Where the ball will bounce, nobody seems to know.
Oregon’s Sno-Park season is back.
The most competitive women in the Gorge invite the public to a “battle of the brains.”
The Hood River Middle school climbing wall will reopen next week after being resurfaced earlier this fall.
Indian Outlaws of The Dalles defeated Pee Wee’s Auto Detail of Hood River, 74-63 Sunday to retain top spot in Gorge Hoops League with a 9-0 record.
Locals win women’s marathon, men’s half
While the sky threatened rain for much of the morning Sunday, most of the hundreds of participants in the Columbia Gorge Marathon managed to finish before the weather rolled in.
Hood River Special Olympics bowling team gathering pledges for Nov. 5 Bowling with the Cops
Bud Pounders wipes the sweat off his hands and grabs a bright blue ball from the carousel. He’s bowling in loafers, not the tri-colored slick-bottom shoes designed for sliding across the hardwood; but for his between-the-legs delivery style, this footwear is ideal.
‘Not for the timid’: Haunted House starts Friday on Heights, supports MDA
“You should be afraid of the dark” is the fitting theme behind the annual Haunted House for Muscular Dystrophy Association.
Oct. 28 Gorge Marathon is on as planned
Organizers of the Columbia Gorge Marathon are excited about the news that the Historic Columbia Gorge Highway is reopened in the Twin Tunnels area between Mosier and Hood River.
With the first layer of rain in months finally on the trails this week, dusty-face gritty-teeth riding is over and fall riding season has officially begun. Get into the swing of the season Saturday with a work party on one of the best trail systems in the county.
Zigzag Ranger District invites the public to an Oct. 22 field trip with Forest Service staff to hike the planning area and look at possible treatment units in the proposed Horseshoe Thin Timber Project.
The shift of the seasons has arrived, fall is in full effect and the heat of the summer is gone; along with most of the tourists. One might wonder how those people find Hood River, if it’s through social network, family members, or something else. Well, it’s a bit of all of them!
Trail touts boost for recreation, tourism, environmental protections
Portland — The four U.S. senators from Washington and Oregon and a Congressional representative have sent a letter to the U.S. Forest Service expressing strong support for a trail vision to connect Gorge communities to some of the most beautiful viewpoints in the famed National Scenic Area.