The Mosier Twin Tunnels Overlook

Located along a spectacular stretch of Oregon's Historic Columbia River Highway, the Mosier Twin Tunnels Overlook was designed by the Office of Bibi Gaston in order to blend into the natural environs while providing a secure location from which to view the surrounding landscape atop the sheer cliffs of the Columbia River Gorge. A gently curving path and a custom-designed "cascadian-style" cedar fence were designed to provide pedestrian definition while a native basalt viewing platform in the shape of an oval was sited in order to harmonize, preserve and protect the surrounding landscape.

The Mosier Twin Tunnels Overlook

Located along a spectacular stretch of Oregon's Historic Columbia River Highway, the Mosier Twin Tunnels Overlook was designed by the Office of Bibi Gaston in order to blend into the natural environs while providing a secure location from which to view the surrounding landscape atop the sheer cliffs of the Columbia River Gorge. A gently curving path and a custom-designed "cascadian-style" cedar fence were designed to provide pedestrian definition while a native basalt viewing platform in the shape of an oval was sited in order to harmonize, preserve and protect the surrounding landscape.

The Mosier Twin Tunnels Overlook

Located along a spectacular stretch of Oregon's Historic Columbia River Highway, the Mosier Twin Tunnels Overlook was designed by the Office of Bibi Gaston in order to blend into the natural environs while providing a secure location from which to view the surrounding landscape atop the sheer cliffs of the Columbia River Gorge. A gently curving path and a custom-designed "cascadian-style" cedar fence were designed to provide pedestrian definition while a native basalt viewing platform in the shape of an oval was sited in order to harmonize, preserve and protect the surrounding landscape.

The Mosier Twin Tunnels Overlook

Located along a spectacular stretch of Oregon's Historic Columbia River Highway, the Mosier Twin Tunnels Overlook was designed by the Office of Bibi Gaston in order to blend into the natural environs while providing a secure location from which to view the surrounding landscape atop the sheer cliffs of the Columbia River Gorge. A gently curving path and a custom-designed "cascadian-style" cedar fence were designed to provide pedestrian definition while a native basalt viewing platform in the shape of an oval was sited in order to harmonize, preserve and protect the surrounding landscape.

The Mosier Twin Tunnels Overlook

Located along a spectacular stretch of Oregon's Historic Columbia River Highway, the Mosier Twin Tunnels Overlook was designed by the Office of Bibi Gaston in order to blend into the natural environs while providing a secure location from which to view the surrounding landscape atop the sheer cliffs of the Columbia River Gorge. A gently curving path and a custom-designed "cascadian-style" cedar fence were designed to provide pedestrian definition while a native basalt viewing platform in the shape of an oval was sited in order to harmonize, preserve and protect the surrounding landscape.

The Mosier Twin Tunnels Overlook

Located along a spectacular stretch of Oregon's Historic Columbia River Highway, the Mosier Twin Tunnels Overlook was designed by the Office of Bibi Gaston in order to blend into the natural environs while providing a secure location from which to view the surrounding landscape atop the sheer cliffs of the Columbia River Gorge. A gently curving path and a custom-designed "cascadian-style" cedar fence were designed to provide pedestrian definition while a native basalt viewing platform in the shape of an oval was sited in order to harmonize, preserve and protect the surrounding landscape.

The Mosier Twin Tunnels Overlook

Located along a spectacular stretch of Oregon's Historic Columbia River Highway, the Mosier Twin Tunnels Overlook was designed by the Office of Bibi Gaston in order to blend into the natural environs while providing a secure location from which to view the surrounding landscape atop the sheer cliffs of the Columbia River Gorge. A gently curving path and a custom-designed "cascadian-style" cedar fence were designed to provide pedestrian definition while a native basalt viewing platform in the shape of an oval was sited in order to harmonize, preserve and protect the surrounding landscape.

The Mosier Twin Tunnels Overlook

Located along a spectacular stretch of Oregon's Historic Columbia River Highway, the Mosier Twin Tunnels Overlook was designed by the Office of Bibi Gaston in order to blend into the natural environs while providing a secure location from which to view the surrounding landscape atop the sheer cliffs of the Columbia River Gorge. A gently curving path and a custom-designed "cascadian-style" cedar fence were designed to provide pedestrian definition while a native basalt viewing platform in the shape of an oval was sited in order to harmonize, preserve and protect the surrounding landscape.

The Mosier Twin Tunnels Overlook

Located along a spectacular stretch of Oregon's Historic Columbia River Highway, the Mosier Twin Tunnels Overlook was designed by the Office of Bibi Gaston in order to blend into the natural environs while providing a secure location from which to view the surrounding landscape atop the sheer cliffs of the Columbia River Gorge. A gently curving path and a custom-designed "cascadian-style" cedar fence were designed to provide pedestrian definition while a native basalt viewing platform in the shape of an oval was sited in order to harmonize, preserve and protect the surrounding landscape.

The Mosier Twin Tunnels Overlook

Located along a spectacular stretch of Oregon's Historic Columbia River Highway, the Mosier Twin Tunnels Overlook was designed by the Office of Bibi Gaston in order to blend into the natural environs while providing a secure location from which to view the surrounding landscape atop the sheer cliffs of the Columbia River Gorge. A gently curving path and a custom-designed "cascadian-style" cedar fence were designed to provide pedestrian definition while a native basalt viewing platform in the shape of an oval was sited in order to harmonize, preserve and protect the surrounding landscape.