An exploration into Oregon waterfalls.
There are hundreds of waterfalls in Oregon. Many are easily accessible from I-84 along the Columbia River Gorge and others along Interstate 5 from Portland to the southern Oregon border. They are incredible examples of nature's artistry. The power and awesome beauty of their cascades has taken millions of years to create. Many are carved through basaltic rock once covered by hot flowing lava.
This video will take you through Oregon, from the Columbia River Gorge, central Oregon, the coastal range, the Cascades and south. When viewed on a computer with DVD Rom you can easily access many web sites for additional information and detailed guides on how to get there. Join us, as we tour Oregon waterfalls in wide screen and Dolby digital sound. Below are just some of the falls we'll visit
- Horsetail Falls Columbia River Gorge
- Spirit Falls Near Cottage Grove
- Silver Falls Golden/Silver Falls State Natural Area
- Tokatee Falls Near Bend
- South Falls Silver Falls State Park
- Sahalie Falls Near Sisters

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