Welcome To The Neighborhood.
Wyers End is a new "pocket neighborhood" crafted of close-knit homes around common landscaped spaces that create a sense of community. To get a better idea of what a pocket neighborhood is we invite you to read this recent article in Cottage Living magazine featuring one of Ross Chapin's neighborhoods.
The neighborhood is three blocks from the center of the City of White Salmon, a small town named by the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Perched on a bluff overlooking the Columbia River Gorge, views from town to the south include majestic Mount Hood, rolling orchards and wineries, and to the northeast, the snow-capped peak of Mount Adams.
White Salmon's mild climate and location offer a recreation paradise. Water enthusiasts can windsurf and kiteboard on the Columbia River or kayak, fish, and raft on the White Salmon or Klickitat Rivers. For golf enthusiasts there are three public courses nearby. Hiking, camping, motorcycling and biking opportunities abound in nearby hills and the Gifford Pinchot National Forest and Mt. Adams. In the winter cross country ski trails are maintained throughout the national forest, downhill skiers head to nearby Mt. Hood Meadows or Timberline Lodge ski areas.
White Salmon is a small town, but it boasts wine cellars and tasting bars, restaurants, ice cream shops, espresso bars, galleries for local artists to showcase their work and a glassworks studio. A new restaurant, Everybody's Brewing, in the center of town offers a broad menu and handcrafted beers brewed in house. White Salmon's newspaper, The Enterprise, keeps locals apprised of events like art-walks, wine tastings, benefits, and what's new at the community library, public parks, pool and tennis courts.