See a bird's-eye view of The Confluence at Troutdale in this two-minute clip of aerial drone footage.
See a 360 degree aerial view of the Confluence Site around the entire perimeter. Click and drag to rotate the camera view.
Historic Edgefield offers 74 acres of entertainment and amusement. Set on a sloping lawn surrounded by trees, Edgefield is the place for summer concerts – every seat is a good seat. With a capacity of 7,000 and beer, wine, cider, spirits, food and ice cream within steps, concert goers find everything they need for an evening of fun.
Presentation, including historic photos, of the history and preservation of the Troutdale Poor Farm, which later became McMenamins Edgefield. Presented by historian and Troutdale community activist, Sharon Nesbit, on July 7, 2018.
An exploration of the farm to table collaboration between Gardeners and Chefs at McMenamins. Featuring Edgefield's Black Rabbit Restaurant – and the bounty harvested and plated at this Northwest location.
Any way you look at it, the Historic Columbia River Highway Scenic Byway is a marvel—for its visionary engineering, incredible scenery, and rich history. Internationally lauded for spectacular waterfalls, architectural gems, and magnificent overlooks of the Columbia River Gorge, it's no wonder this Byway has been called "King of Roads."
Aerial 360 view of the potential location for a pedestrian and bicycle bridge between downtown Troutdale and the Confluence Site. Click and drag to rotate the camera view.
The Columbia Gorge shines beautifully all year long. But when autumn finds its way down the scenic highway, the artistic spirit of The Gateway to the Gorge awakens in full color! Watch and share the latest in our Meet the Neighbors series. Get to know the charming community of Troutdale through local poetic painter, Robert MacGinnis, this year's featured artist at The Fall Festival of the Arts. And then head to town, where you can hike, play, shop, and raise a glass to good friends, and great neighbors.
Explore the rich and diverse historical attractions of the Mt. Hood/Columbia River Gorge region of Oregon. Featuring McMenamins Edgefield in Troutdale, Philip Foster Farm in Eagle Creek, and Timberline Lodge on Mt. Hood.
Mt. Hood and the Columbia River Gorge are unquestionably two of the most beautiful places on earth. This is a place that demands to be enjoyed and seen. Choose your adventure, whether it be hiking, biking, paddling, climbing, fishing, skiing, or yoga on a stand up paddleboard, let Mt. Hood and the Columbia River Gorge guide your next adventure. You can’t spend a day here and claim to know it. But give it a week and you’ll get a months’ worth of adventure.
Experience a flight like no other with Envi Adventures as they fly up to Mt. Hood during sunset. Envi flies out of the Troutdale Airport, a flight training and recreational airport with increasing opportunities for business aviation. For more information on the Troutdale Airport, please visit the Port of Portland’s website - Port of Portland - Troutdale Airport (TTD).
Visitors travel from all over the world to bike in the Mt. Hood and Columbia River Gorge Region. Argonaut Cycles created the ultimate bike for the varied landscape of the Columbia River Gorge.
Visitors travel from all over the world to bike in the Mt. Hood and Columbia River Gorge Region. This bike was created by Wolfhound Cycles and is designed for two types of riding found at Mt. Hood: remote, backcountry singletrack trails and lift-assisted bike-park riding.
Leave your car at home and take a hike at Multnomah Falls and other waterfalls in the Columbia River Gorge Scenic Area. Plan your trip at readysetgorge.com – where you can find hiking and biking trails, learn about trail closures and be better prepared.
Take a look inside Amazon's 855,000-square-foot fulfillment center in Troutdale, Oregon that boasts new robotics and, at the time of this video, employed 2,000 people. As of 2021, it employs over 5,500!
Join us at McMenamins Edgefield, one of the top quirky travel experiences in Oregon. Back in 1911, Edgefield began its history as a “Poor Farm” for Multnomah County, and now it’s a unique hotel and restaurant complex that still grows food on site. McMenamins Edgefield is full of quirky places to explore, from an open glass-blowing studio to gardens, restaurants, and creatively designed wine-tasting spaces and brewpubs. McMenamins has put together a walking tour map of Edgefield, so we used it to explore the history of the grounds. Here is the link to download the walking tour, in case you’d like to visit Edgefield yourself!
Follow along as Chef Emily of Sugarpine Drive-In in Troutdale, OR takes you through the steps to make their award-winning Brown Butter Blondies, an integral part of the Larch Mountain Sundae. Download this recipe and more from "Tastebound - A culinary journey through Oregon's Mt. Hood and Columbia River Gorge" here: www.hood-gorge.com/tastebound.
The first Friday of each month has long been a cornerstone of Troutdale’s art community and the businesses in our downtown. For nearly 20 years, the First Friday Art Walk has brought people together to experience what Troutdale has to offer. After a year of limited gatherings and social distancing, First Friday made its long-awaited return on June 4, 2021 and continued on the first Friday of each month through October.
While this video may be from 2016, it highlights some of the favorite features of Troutdale: art, history, and of course McMenamins Edgefield!