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Grant Street Pier

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

The Grant Street Pier juts out over the Columbia River (bobcat)


The Grant Street Pier is a suspended walkway over the water which evokes the rigging of the sailing ships that once came down the river. The most notable of these was the Columbia Rediviva, a vessel under the command of Captain Robert Gray, who in 1792 sailed 13 miles up the great river to which he gave his ship's name, the first documented entry of the Columbia by a Western ship. A couple of stylish new restaurants look out on the pier

The pier was opened to the public in September 2018. Parking is nearby at the Grant Street Trailhead.

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