Three Ways to be Car Free


Get you and your bike to the Gorge from Portland, OR

1. Sasquatch Shuttle


2. GOrge Pass to ride

 The Gorge Express


3. Waterfall Trolley,

Hop On Hop Off


1. Sasquatch Shuttle

Sasquatch Shuttle

Explore the Columbia River Gorge and experience the beauty on your schedule.


Convenient parking and shuttle service providing easy access to all the major sites along Historic Columbia River Highway.


1 West Mill Rd Bridal Veil, Oregon, United States

Take Exit 28 off I-84 and look for our yellow sign


8:30am - 5:00pm

2. Columbia Area Transit CAT: Getting Around in the Gorge communities Bus + bike is a fantastic combination for bi-state (OR & WA) and the regional towns within the Gorge.

Gorge Bike Trips via Columbia Gorge  Express


Bus + bike is a fantastic combination. The Columbia Gorge Express can carry 9 bikes each and even the most remote routes have room for at least 2 bikes per ride. It’s a great way to get out to new places and explore. Below are descriptions of rides from each of the transit stops.


This is a great site which shows a number of trails, their rating of intensity, and which bus brings you to the start of their suggestion. You can see elevation guides of these rides on our site at and scalable maps.

Using the single Fares versus the Gorge Pass


 Buy One Way Fares

& Tickets


$1.00 Local One-Way Bus Fare (within Hood River and Wasco counties)

$2.00 Local One-way Dial-a-Ride Fare (within Hood River County)

$10.00 Regional One-Way Bus Fare (anytime you are ending or starting your trip at Gateway Transit Center)



 Buy Seasonal Pass, good til 31 Dec 2023

Unlimited Rides for $40 adults/ $20 kids

3. Greyline provides

car free access

aimed at the

Waterfall Corridor of Columbia Gorge.

This is a great option for companions of cyclists who do not want to cycle!

Ten stops for some sightseeing, exploring or a hike.

Stops are made at Corbett, Crown Point (Vista House), Latourell Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, Angels Rest, Wahkeena Falls, Multnomah Falls (and Lodge), Triple Falls, Horsetail Falls and Ainsworth State Park.


A narrated tour with the opportunity to hop on and off so you can spend more time the sights you want. Choose to hop off on at Corbett, and hop off and back on at any one of our other nine stops including Latourell, Bridal Veil, Wahkeena, Multnomah, Triple, and Horsetail Falls and Angels Rest, Crown Point or Ainsworth State Park or stay on for a continuous tour. Regarding Multnomah Falls Visitor Reservations: The US Forest Service is requiring reservations to visit and park Multnomah Falls. Your ticket on the Waterfall Trolley includes a reservation to see the Falls any time that day.