Corbett Travel Tips
Experience Nature's Beauty from Corbett Vacation Rentals
Visit the second highest all-year waterfall in the country that is the king of more than seventy waterfalls near Corbett vacation rentals—Multnomah Falls. With a 620-foot drop, this waterfall is spectacular and worth the zigzagging hike to get there. Travelers with less stamina can enjoy the lower falls from the Simon Benson Bridge. If you visit in autumn, be sure to check out the Wahkeena Falls Loop Trail, a colorful trek down from the waterfall peak. You'll want your camera for the leaf displays.
More outdoor adventures await you at Bridal Veil Falls State Park, or you can walk a scenic few miles for a sandy beach payoff at Rooster Rock State Park. Mt. Hood National Forest has fishing, hiking, backpacking, and more beneath lush, shady trees, all within driving distance of Corbett lodging.
Corbett Lodging Puts You Close to Shopping
If you're looking for local art, try Columbia River Gallery, which offers original paintings and sculptures, jewelry, wood carvings, and an award winning framing center with reproductions of Mt. Hood photos available. Try Caswell gallery for a huge collection of bronze sculpture, and the Columbia Gorge Premium Outlets are nearby if you're looking for bargains.
Culture and History Near Mt. Hood Cabins
Visit the Harlow House Museum, a national historic site or the International Museum of Carousel Art, which displays the world's biggest antique carousel horse showcase. For educational fun, visit the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center, a large set of interactive exhibits that highlight the geologic conditions that made the Gorge's landscape and teach visitors about the area's current variety of flora and fauna you can see from your Corbett vacation rental. Families might also consider the Bridge of Gods, which passes over the Columbia River as part of the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail and has a Native American legend attached to its name.