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- Just a bit uphill from the trailhead is this sign for the Cherry Orchard Trail. It is easy to walk farther than the 2 miles indicated on the sign.
- Here is a nice view of the cliffs along the Columbia River from the Cherry Orchard Trail.
- Climbing up above the river, the trail passes this interesting rock promontory overlooking the Columbia River.
- Looking towards the Columbia River you can see how the lack of rainfall prevents very many trees from growing along the Cherry Orchard Trail.
- The Cherry Orchard Trail passes along this nice area that looks perfect for viewing the Gorge.
- Continuing to climb above the river, there are nice views to the west. One lone oak tree holds onto its leaves late into the year.
- Lichen covered oak trees line parts of the trail above the Columbia River.
- Near the cherry orchard are some nice views of the nearby cliffs and the Columbia River.
- A nice view looking east into the Columbia River Gorge from the Cherry Orchard Trail.
- Looking across the Columbia, you can see some trees holding on to their fall foliage in November.
- An oak tree frames this view looking west into the Columbia River Gorge.
- An interesting looking green bug walks very slowly in the chilly weather near the cherry orchard. This must be a tough bug to withstand the freezing nighttime temperatures.
- A few puffy clouds look almost like snow on the hills along the Columbia River Gorge.
- The trail is a fairly narrow track and can get muddy on rainy days.
- A small pond along the Cherry Orchard Trail provides a watering place for small animals and insects. Oak trees reflect on the still surface.