What to know before hiking Dog Mountain | Let's Get Out There

Wildflowers are a main draw of the popular Dog Mountain trailhead in the Columbia River Gorge. A summer permit system is meant to prevent overflow parking on SR-14.

COOK, Wash. — In this week’s Let’s Get Out There, we head to the popular Dog Mountain trail in the Columbia River Gorge. Wildflowers are a main attraction, but an increase in traffic has seen cars park along the highway, prompting the implementation of a weekend summer permit system.

If you’re looking for a sign to head to the Columbia River Gorge, you’ll find one on Washington’s SR-14. A huge message board near the Bridge of the Gods

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