Bicyclists ride on the new McCord Creek Bridge, part of the Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail, near Cascade Locks, Ore. (Oregon Dept. of Transportation photo)

After the completion of a 1.6 mile segment, you can now bike 34 miles from Troutdale to Cascade Locks. The Seattle Times offers a list of what the new 1.6 mile segment has to offer.

  • A new 12-foot wide paved path accessible to pedestrians, bicyclists, hikers and people using wheelchairs.
  • A distinctive new 76-foot long, 16-foot wide bridge over McCord Creek reflecting the craftsmanship of the original highway design. 
  • A new picnic and rest area with restored views of Beacon Rock. 
  • A link with U.S. Forest Service Trail 400, connecting to Elowah Falls.
Click the following link to read the original Seattle Times article.
Watch Travel Oregon’s video about reconnecting the Historic Columbia River Highway below.

You can read more about the trail here