Malcolm & Sherian’s Site

Malcolm & Sherian’s Site






Columbia Gorge

Over 80 miles along the Columbia River, covering both the Washington and Oregon sides, is the Gorge. Here is a picture of a raindow over the Columbia  River (Washington's side on left).

Beacon Rock State Park

The picture (below left) were taken from the top of Beacon Rock looking East.

The 800 foot rock (below right) is about 25 minutes East of Washougal along Highway 14. Up the steep stone face of this volcanic rock is a switchback trail to the top. The hike to the top is about 45-60 minutes. Beacon Rock State Park is a 4,650 acre year-round camping park.

Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center

35 minutes East of Washougal, the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center is dedicated to preserving, exhibiting and interpreting the cultural and natural history of the Columbia River Gorge. Located at Stevenson, Washington on SW Rock Creek Drive across from the Skamania Lodge.  Open Daily from 9 am to 5 pm.

Address:  990 SW Rock Creek Dr., Stevenson, WA

Phone: (509) 427-8211

Skamania Lodge

At the end of Lewis and Clark's historic Oregon Trail and surrounded by waterfalls, peaks, forests and canyons of the Columbia River Gorge lies Dolce Skamania Lodge. A rustic yet pristine mountain resort and conference destination surrounded by breathtaking views and a complete reverence to nature.


35 minutes East of Washougal, the Skamania Lodge reflects the unique Northwestern style architecture which carefully blends into its natural surroundings. Furnished in warm pendleton fabrics, Skamania's 195 guest rooms reveal a sense of Northwest elegance.

Address: 1131 SW Skamania Lodge Way, Stevenson, WA.

Phone: (800) 221-7117   for Reservations