The White Salmon Farmers Market is an outdoor market with locally grown fresh produce and food products both hot and cold. The market will serve as a gathering place in the heart of town for community food producers and consumers. Help support your local farmers and know where your food comes from. Consignment table is available for backyard growers. Live music and fun for the whole family!
Take off in just about any direction except south into the Columbia River and you’ll find easy to challenging hikes along rugged cliffs, Oregon white oak woodlands, rivers and streams, and wide open meadows with sweeping views of the Gorge that rival any other.
From Trout Lake to Northwestern Lake, the White Salmon River runs wild and free through a generally inaccessible, deep, basalt-walled gorge, across Class III-V rapids and over two major waterfalls.
Just a few miles west of Trout Lake on Hwy 141, deep in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest is a series lava tubes with local roof collapses that capture and keep the winter snows and ice all summer long.
White Salmon is an ideal starting and ending point for exploring the many paved and gravel roads that lace the Washington side of the Columbia River. You’re sure to find something to your taste and plenty to explore throughout the area.
From wide and gentle gravel roads to narrow, steep tracks through dense woods, you can find literally hundreds of busy to solitary mountain biking trails throughout the area. The nearby Syncline area, laced with trails of all difficulty levels, boasts cozy little ravines and spectacular wide-open vistas of the Columbia River Gorge and Mt. Hood.