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Gorge Pass

Get your GOrge Pass today and start enjoying (and protecting) everything the Columbia Gorge has to offer

The newGOrge Pass is an annual transit pass that gives you easy bus transportation to and from Portland/Vancouver and around the Columbia River Gorge. 
Including trails, pubs, events, skiing, museums, ice cream, parks, waterfronts, main streets and all things National Scenic Area  (Multnomah Falls!)
Just $30 for Adults and $15 for Kids under 17. Good for the calendar year, ending December 31st. 
Help protect the Gorge by visiting car-free to reduce congestion, increase safety, avoid parking hassles and skip the need for permits.
Start planning your trip with the map below.
 

Your ticket to explore the Gorge

The four transit systems of the Gorge have joined forces and are excited to bring you unlimited, seamless, fixed route rides under one easy pass.
The more folks who buy the GOrge Pass, the more routes and times we can add.
Help us build a vibrant, accessible transit system that supports all the things we love about the Gorge. 

Soul River

Introducing city kids to outdoor experiences. One of the organizations you support with your annual GOrge Pass. 

Pledge for the Wild

Protecting the hikes we love. Proceeds from your GOrge Pass help build and maintain trails in the Gorge.

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