Reach the mouth of what is now called the Sandy River just as Lewis and Clark did back in 1805. They called it the "Quicksand River" due to a Mt. Hood eruption only a few years prior to the exploration. Be amazed at this aerial view of the topography below. Follow the beautiful river toward the town of Sandy, Oregon, over the Mt. Hood National Forest toward the the city of Cascade Locks, Oregon on the Columbia River and venture west back toward Troutdale. This tour is truly a beauty and will permit countless photographic memories. Experience Oregon from the sky with this aerial tour above some of the state’s most dramatic scenery. This flight for up to three people will take you above the Columbia Gorge, over the Mt. Hood National Forest and back. Note that prices are for the entire plane ride, so bring a couple friends and make a day of it.
The photo is courtesy of Viator.com