A beloved recreational and scenic area, the Columbia River Gorge, was struck dramatically by the wild fires in Fall of 2017. Now the fire crews are gone and the Gorge has started its re-birth. Witness this pivotal moment in the Gorge’s history from the amazing vantage point of a helicopter with huge windows. See it all, burnt ridges of trees mixed with untouched virgin forest. Spots where the fire is still smoldering with smoke rising and a light smell of ash in the air as you fly over the burn area. Transition from just a few hundred feet over the Columbia River at eye level with Multnomah Falls and many other scenic water falls along the Gorge to rise up several thousand feet in the air as the helicopter follows the steeply rising terrain up into the foothills of Mt. Hood and the Bull Run Watershed. See ridge lines where one side has been decimated by the fire with stands of dead trees black and red while the other side is bright green with vegetation untouched. View the new natural state of one of Oregon’s most beloved scenic areas and the starting point for regeneration that will continue for years to come. An amazing trip bar none. Portion of profits donated to Eagle Creek Fire Restoration Fund.