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Completed Projects

Below are the State Trail Reconstruction and other projects that have been completed since 2009. 

2014

Latourell Falls

This Forest Highway Enhancement project enhanced the upper and lower viewpoints of Latourell Falls.  Oregon Parks and Recreation Department designed and constructed this project.  
 

Wahkeena Falls

This Forest Highway Enhancement project upgraded the ends of the Return Trail between Wahkeena and Multnomah Falls.  The Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area office of USDA Forest Service designed and constructed this project.  

2013

John B. Yeon State Park to Moffett Creek 

The Oregon Department of Transportation and Oregon Parks and Recreation Department dedicated the newest segment of the Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail. This 1.6 mile trail connection, from Yeon State Park to Moffett Creek, allows cyclists to ride from Troutdale to Cascade Locks without having to use the shoulder of Interstate 84.

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The new McCord Creek Bridge on the State Trail between John B. Yeon State Park and Moffett Creek.
 

Crown Point Viaduct

This Forest Highway Enhancement and Transportation Enhancement project restored the sidewalk viaduct (bridge over land) around Crown Point.  Construction was completed in 2013.

2010 

Eagle Creek Exit Ramp 

This Forest Highway Enhancement project changed the striping on the Eagle Creek Exit Ramp to provide a contra-flow bike lane connection to the Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail.  The Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area office of USDA Forest Service designed and constructed this project in 2010. ​

2009

Oneonta Gorge Parking and Vista 

This Forest Highway Enhancement project upgraded the parking for Oneonta Gorge, reopened the Oneonta Tunnel and reinforced the Oneonta Creek Bridge.  This project was completed in 2009. ​

Viento State Trail

This project extended the Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail between Starvation Creek and Viento State Parks.  Construction was completed in 2009 and trail visitors can now travel from Starvation Creek to Viento State Park solely on the Historic Highway State Trail. ​