South Cascades, Washington
Visitor Information

Featured South Cascades Places and Web Sites

Explore the Gorge
Offers guided group tours or hikes of the Columbia Gorge. Call for scheduled weekly tours departing from Skamania Lodge and the Nature Annex in Stevenson, Washington or ask for a personalized tour for groups of four or more.

Glenwood Community
Glenwood is a small community in the southern part of the State located just south of Mt. Adams in a small valley 35 miles north of White Salmon and the Columbia River.

Highway 410 (SR 410): The Stephen Mather Memorial Parkway
Traversing the Stephen Mather Memorial Parkway is possibly the most scenic route crossing the Cascade Mountain Range in the State of Washington; and is the most accessible road for viewing Mount Rainier. Starting in Enumclaw, this 2 lane highway takes you to the eastern edge of Mount Rainier. Along the way are numerous opportunities for recreational activities including trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding, camping and even cutting your own Christmas tree after obtaining a permit at the Enumclaw office.

LewisRiver.com
From Woodland, Washington to Mt. Adams, this site shows you the fishing, the camping, the gardens, and the history and other attractions along the North Fork Lewis River.

Lyle Community
Located on Highway 14 in southern Klickitat County approximately 9 miles east of Bingen and 12 miles west of The Dalles, Oregon.

NorthwestTrek
A wildlife park featuring a 50-minute tram tour through 435 acres of woodlands in which visitors see elk, moose, deer, bison, wolf, lynx, bobcat, cougar, eagles, owls, otters, raccoons and other animals. Many of these animals roam free throughout the 435 acres of woodlands.

Ski White Pass Ski
At 4,500 feet White Pass lies between Mt Rainier and Mt St Helens. Open year round, the chairlift operates in summer as well as winter. Noted for its dry snow.

Rimrock Lake
Recreation area with camping and fishing approximately 10 miles east of White Pass.

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