Thursday, January 10, 2013

Forest Service showcases Accessible Northwest Sites in video series

The U.S. Forest Service website features a terrific series of videos dedicated to accessible sites, landmarks, trails, and natural sights. 

Accessible Adventures in the Northwest focuses on The Columbia River—the part of the 1,270-mile river, which forms the natural boundary between Oregon and Washington. The Forest Service maintains numerous accessible viewpoints and trails along the historic Columbia River Highway—the first planned Scenic Highway in the U.S. and a designated “All American Road.”  

The spectacular waterfalls, including Multnomah, along with the Columbia River Gorge Discovery Center are part of the video series. 

To view the Web page and select the video of your choice, click here. Be sure to watch the first video at the top of the page; it’s a great introduction to the series and the accessible sites.

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