[2000 and Before]
Use the links to previous bloom year data directly above to search for bloom reports at a particular location to better fit a recent flower visit. NOTE: As of March 25, 2018, flower bloom in the eastern Columbia River Gorge is about about the same as 2014 and about a week or so earlier than 2017.
I am currently spending time hiking and making plant lists for those trails and cross country routes that aren't well represented in the Columbia River and Klickitat River Gorges this season, so if you don't see your favorite hike here, please check the lists from previous years above to see what you'd see along those hikes. Comprehensive plant lists for a number of hikes in the Columbia River Gorge (Look under the state and county they are found in.) can be found at http://science.halleyhosting.com/nature/bloomtime/lists/plantlists.html
May 6, 2018: Willard Springs Trail, Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge (A 2018 WNPS Study Weekend hike.)
May 5, 2018: Vista Loop and Military Road Trails above the Crawford Oaks trailhead, Columbia Hills Historical State Park (A 2018 WNPS Study Weekend hike.)
May 2, 2018: Trails between the Dalles Mt. Ranch and Crawford Oaks trailheads, Columbia Hills Historical State Park
May 1, 2018: Willard Springs Trail, Conboy Lake National Wildlife Area
April 22, 2018: Mill Creek Ridge, a Columbia Land Trust property
April 20, 2018: East Simcoe Unit, Klickitat Wildlife Area
April 19, 2018: Weldon Wagon Road, White Salmon Oak Natural Resources Conservation Area
April 14, 2018: Memaloose Trail Loop
April 9, 2018: Columbia Hills Historical State Park from the Crawford Oaks Trailhead.
April 3, 2018: Catherine Creek
April 3 & 6, 2018: USFS Lands East of Major Creek
March 31, 2018: Soda Springs Road, Klickitat Wildlife Area
March 27, 2018: Ridge between Skookum and Wahkiacus Canyons, Klicktiat River Canyon (DNR, BLM, and Klickitat Wildlife Area lands)
March 25, 2018: Catherine Creek
March 20, 2018: Memaloose Trail from the Interstate 84 eastbound Rest Area to the summits of Castilleja (Chatfield) and Marsh Hills and return.