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Need sun? Head to the eastern Gorge!

06.13.13

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  • Coyote Wall Hike- Need sun?  Head to the eastern Gorge!
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  • Deschutes River Trail Hike at Ferry Springs- Need sun?  Head to the eastern Gorge!
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Ah, it's mid-June, and it's almost technically summer... but where's the sun? We at Outdoor Project have a simple call to action for those seeking some much needed vitamin D...Head east!

Amazingly, a simple drive past the crest of the Cascade Range out into Eastern Oregon/Washington is all it takes, and the easiest way to transition from rain to sunshine is to drive out toward the eastern Columbia River Gorge. Here's a sampling of a few adventures that are sure to make summer feel that much closer. Whether you're interested in camping out, taking on a day hike, having a picnic or making a splash, we're sure you'll enjoy the eastern sections of the Gorge.

Enjoy!

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