big gorge views
Dramatic scenery at the mouth of The Gorge
Take a helicopter into the Columbia River Gorge. Fly at cliff height past Vista House on Crown Point. Enjoy, cliffs, forests, and panoramic views .
Per person starting from
Incl. fees & taxes
Price varies by group size
The great scale of the Columbia River Gorge opens up as soon as you lift off on the Crown Point Gorge Helicopter Tour. The huge green slopes and cliffs of the Gorge loom in front of you, and behind them the snow covered volcanic peak of Mt. Hood, rises in the distance. Fly eastward along the mighty Columbia River, into the Gorge. Climb higher up over Oregon’s iconic Crown Point Vista House – a landmark, dramatic viewpoint along the historic Columbia River Highway.
A stunning snapshot of Pacific Northwest natural beauty!
Dip around Crown Point, and glide past Latourell Falls – one of the most beautiful falls of the Gorge. Then turn up over the hills of Corbett, below Larch Mountain, and follow the twisting and scenic Sandy River to where it drains into the Columbia River.
What you can expect
an outing to remember
472 NW PERIMETER WAY, TROUTDALE OR 97060
Helicopter tour priced per person.
The tour is private for just you and your guests. The next longer tour is the Waterfalls Gorge Helicopter Tour which is approximately 20 minutes in duration.
There are no age restrictions. All ages may fly. Infants under 2 years old may be carried in an adult’s lap and do not require a ticket. 300 pounds is the maximum per person weight limit.
You may cancel for a full refund or reschedule without fee or penalty by notifying us more than 24 hours prior to your tour time. Cancellations or reschedule requests with fewer than 24 hours will result in 100% forfeiture of funds. Please contact us immediately if your tour needs to be changed or cancelled.
Oregon Helicopters will only fly tours in weather conditions that are well within safety limits and which allow for a comfortable and pleasurable tour. Weather decisions are made on the same day as the tour. Every attempt is made to provide a minimum of 2 hours notice if weather becomes a reason to delay or cancel tours. In the event of a weather cancellation you are given the option to reschedule to a new date and time of your preference or of receiving a full refund.