Trail Map

 Connecting Communities to Nature Trails

Gorge Towns to Trails is a vision to create a comprehensive trail system that wraps around the Columbia Gorge to link communities with recreation, promote tourism and highlight the beauty of the Columbia Gorge.

In 2011 Friends of the Columbia Gorge (gorgefriends.org) put this vision in to motion. They set a goal to build nearly 60 miles of trail connecting Gorge urban areas to National Scenic Area lands throughout Oregon and Washington. Please find more info at Gorge Towns to Trails:  Making the Connection page in gorgefriends.org.

With the help of community leaders, citizens and elected officials, the towns of Washougal and Camas have embraced this vision. Together we are working towards a future that links our wondrous outdoor heritage with our vibrant city centers and makes nature more accessible for residents and visitors alike.

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Heritage Trail

Local Trail

Estuary Water Trail
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map_number_1  Lacamas Heritage Trail

map_number_2  Fallen Leaf Lake Trail

map_number_3  Lacamas Creek Park Trails

map_number_4  Washougal River GreenwayTrail

map_number_5  Washougal Waterfront Park Trail

map_number_6  Lewis and Clark Heritage Trail

map_number_7  Gibbons Creek Wildlife Art Trail

Photos courtesy of Friends of the Columbia Gorge, Mitch Hammontree, and Sweetwater SUP Rentals.