Learn about the history of the Gorge during the Ice Age Floods by joining the Geology of the Columbia Gorge field-trip in September. If you missed the May 9th field-trip, you’ll want to ensure you attendance for September trip before it’s too late. Read a summary about this Geology of the Columbia Gorge Field-trip below.
Join the Gorge Chapter of Ice Age Floods Institute for one of two remaining Geology of the Columbia Gorge fieldtrips being offered in 2015. These bus and walking trips cover the central portions of the Columbia Gorge, exploring many interesting geologic features of the Gorge with emphasis on the impact of the Ice Age Floods through this area.
We will meet-up and board the bus at the Cascade Locks Marine Park parking lot, and make a circuit covering both the Oregon and Washington sides of the Gorge with stops all the way east past The Dalles. There will be a number of drive-by and off-and-back-on the bus stops, as well as some stops with relatively short walks on good trails.
SRC: Find your September Geology of the Columbia Gorge Fieldtrip Registration Form and more at: gorgefloods.org/event/columbia-gorge-geology-fieldtrip-2/?instance_id=102
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