Oregon’s Bridge Of The Gods Is A Man-Made Treasure With A Cool Legend

The Bridge of the Gods is an icon in the Columbia River Gorge, and 1.6 million vehicles cross the bridge every year. It marks the end of the Oregon section of the Pacific Crest Trail, and was even featured in the movie “Wild.” The Bridge of the Gods is a man-made treasure, but it got its name from an ancient legend – have you heard it?

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Learn more about the Bridge of the Gods on the Port of Cascade Locks website.

Have you heard the legend of the Bridge of the Gods before? If you’re interested in Native American legends, you might want to read about the ancient story surrounding Multnomah Falls.

Address: Cascade Locks, OR 97014, USA