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Kalama Falls

The 17 mile side trip follows the shelf of the Kalama River through a gorge of sheer rock walls rising precipitously above the roadbed to the Kalama Falls fish hatchery.

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Formerly the Kalama River Salmon Hatchery, now called Kalama Falls, and part of the Lower Columbia River Complex. Here, salmon are on view in several stages of development—from the eggs to lengths of about, nine inches, when they are released. During spring occurs the strange phenomenon, the return of the salmon, after years of wandering among the currents of the Pacific, to its birthplace. Ascending the Columbia in great silver...

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Modrow Bridge