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The Best Attractions In Mt Hood Territory

Hopkins Demonstration Forest Jack Williamson
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Milwaukie Farmers Market Cassandra L.
Mount Talbert Nature Park Bill Wagner
Mount Baker , also known as Koma Kulshan or simply Kulshan, is an active glaciated andesitic stratovolcano in the Cascade Volcanic Arc and the North Cascades of Washington in the United States. Mount Baker has the second-most thermally active crater in the Cascade Range after Mount Saint Helens. About 31 miles due east of the city of Bellingham, Whatcom County, Mount Baker is the youngest volcano in the Mount Baker volcanic field. While volcanism has persisted here for some 1.5 million years, the current glaciated cone is likely no more than 140,000 years old, and possibly no older than 80–90,000 years. Older volcanic edifices have mostly eroded away...
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The Best Attractions In Mt Hood Territory

  • 1. Mount Hood National Forest Welches
    The Mount Hood Corridor is a part of Oregon between Sandy and Government Camp, in Clackamas County. It is named after Mount Hood and has served travelers going in both directions since the days of Native Americans and Oregon Trail migrants. The area between Alder Creek and Government Camp is sometimes known as Hoodland.It includes the following communities : Government Camp Rhododendron Faubion Zigzag Welches Wemme Wildwood Mountain Air Park Salmon Brightwood Alder Creek Marmot Cherryville Firwood Several other small communities and rural neighborhoods Sandy The modern-day corridor includes part of the historic Barlow Road and a good-sized portion of the Mount Hood Scenic Byway. U.S. Route 26 runs through the corridor, sometimes alongside the Sandy River. For the United States 2000 Census,...
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  • 3. Mt. Hood Ski Bowl Government Camp
    Mount Rainier is the highest mountain of the Cascade Range of the Pacific Northwest, and the highest mountain in the U.S. state of Washington. It is a large active stratovolcano located 59 miles south-southeast of Seattle, in the Mount Rainier National Park. It is the most topographically prominent mountain in the contiguous United States and the Cascade Volcanic Arc, with a summit elevation of 14,411 ft .Mt. Rainier is considered one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world, and it is on the Decade Volcano list. Because of its large amount of glacial ice, Mt. Rainier could produce massive lahars that could threaten the entire Puyallup River valley, and poses a grave threat to the southern sections of the 3.7-million-resident Seattle metropolitan area.
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  • 4. Mount Talbert Nature Park Clackamas
    Mount Talbert is an volcanic cinder cone in Clackamas County, Oregon. It is part of the Boring Lava Field, a zone of ancient volcanic activity in the area around Portland. Its summit rises to an elevation of 740+ feet . The butte remains undeveloped and is the location of a nature park of the same name which is managed by North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District. The park has several interlinked hiking trails, along which there are several interpretive signs about the area's natural resources.
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  • 6. Willamette Falls Oregon City
    The Willamette Falls is a natural waterfall on the Willamette River between Oregon City and West Linn, Oregon, in the United States. It is the largest waterfall in the American Pacific Northwest by volume, and the seventeenth widest in the world. Horseshoe in shape, it is 1,500 feet wide and 40 feet high with a flow of 30,849 cu ft/s , located 26 miles upriver from the Willamette's mouth. Until 2011 a canal and set of locks allowed vessels to pass into the main Willamette Valley. Those locks are now closed.
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  • 8. Bagby Hot Springs Estacada
    The Bagby Hot Springs are natural hot springs located in the Mount Hood National Forest about 67 miles southeast of Portland, Oregon, United States and about 41 miles east of Salem, Oregon. The springs are within the Cascade Mountains in a heavily forested area at elevation 2280 ft . The springs are just outside the boundary of Bull of the Woods Wilderness area.
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  • 9. George Rogers Park Lake Oswego
    George Rogers House is a private home in Lake Oswego, Oregon, United States. Located at the corner of Durham Street and Wilbur Street, the house was the home of George Rogers, who donated the land to the City of Lake Oswego that became George Rogers Park. During the time that Lake Oswego was an industrial town, the park was the location of Lake Oswego's China Town district. Built in 1929, the two-story craftsman house was added to the United States National Register of Historic Places listings in 1996.
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  • 10. Milwaukie Farmers Market Milwaukie
    Milwaukie is a city in Clackamas County, Oregon, United States. A very small portion of the city extends into Multnomah County. The population was 20,291 at the 2010 census. Founded in 1847 on the banks of the Willamette River, the city, known as the Dogwood City of the West, was incorporated in 1903 and is the birthplace of the Bing cherry. The city is now a suburb of Portland and also adjoins the unincorporated areas of Clackamas and Oak Grove.
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  • 11. Family Fun Center & Bullwinkle's Restaurant Wilsonville
    Bullwinkle's Restaurant, also known as Family Fun Center, is a chain of family entertainment centers. Similar to most locations feature a sit-down restaurant, complemented by arcade games, go-karts, bumper boats, mini golf, laser tag, ropes course, zip line, and small rides for children, themed after its namesake, The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show.
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  • 13. Little Zigzag Falls Government Camp
    The Little Zigzag River is a tributary, about 5 miles long, of the Zigzag River in the U.S. state of Oregon. The Zigzag and Little Zigzag drain the Zigzag Glacier on Mount Hood, a high volcanic peak in the Cascade Range. Their combined waters flow westward to meet the Sandy River near the community of Zigzag. Little Zigzag Falls, a popular hiking destination, is on the river near U.S. Route 26 east of Zigzag.
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  • 14. North Clackamas Aquatic Park Milwaukie
    For water parks not in the Americas, see List of water parks The following is a list of water parks in the Americas sorted by region.
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  • 15. Molalla River State Park Canby
    The Molalla River is a 51-mile tributary of the Willamette River in the northwestern part of Oregon in the United States. Flowing northwest from the Cascade Range through Table Rock Wilderness, it passes the city of Molalla before entering the larger river near Canby. The Molalla is the largest Willamette tributary unblocked by a dam.
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