Columbia River Gorge - A National Treasure

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Hamilton Mountain, Grant County, OregonHamilton MountainGrant County, OregonChestnuts and chestnut leaves fallen at the trailhead in mid-October.Trailhead, Klickitat County, WashingtonTrailheadKlickitat County, WashingtonHow do you take a picture of the wind? In the Columbia River Gorge, it's about as easy as it can get.Natural Arch, Klickitat County, WashingtonNatural ArchKlickitat County, WashingtonYou walk down a gently-curving slope of grass and devilishy-positioned scree and gravel, and as the trailhead comes into view, so does this.Coyote Wall, White Salmon, WashingtonCoyote WallWhite Salmon, WashingtonThe first quarter-mile of the Trail is dotted with these picturesque boulders, the north side of which remain unexposed and collect moisture all...Coyote Wall, White Salmon, WashingtonCoyote WallWhite Salmon, WashingtonVisible from the trailhead.Hidden Canyon Trail, White Salmon, WashingtonHidden Canyon TrailWhite Salmon, WashingtonLooking massive in a photo taken lying flat on the ground this approximately 75-foot cliff comes complete with a footbed of talus and a layer of...Hidden Canyon Trail, White Salmon, WashingtonHidden Canyon TrailWhite Salmon, WashingtonEnclosed all around by these half-sized basalt cliff faces, and invisible from the surrounding trails, Hidden Canyon is a tiny bit of magic in the...Labyrinth Trail, White Salmon, WashingtonLabyrinth TrailWhite Salmon, WashingtonAlong the hike to Indian PitsIndian Pits, White Salmon, WashingtonIndian PitsWhite Salmon, WashingtonA spot along the Labyrinth Trail, believed to be a fortification dug out of the talus by Native Americans thousands of years ago. Obviously, nature...Labyrinth Trail, White Salmon, WashingtonLabyrinth TrailWhite Salmon, WashingtonA maze of trails on the eastern edge of the Columbia Gorge. Odd that only one of them should be named "Labyrinth"Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Hood River, OregonColumbia River Gorge National Scenic AreaHood River, OregonView East along the Columbia River from the Cape Horn TrailColumbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Hood River, OregonColumbia River Gorge National Scenic AreaHood River, OregonScrub oak at Cape HornDog Mountain, Skamania County, WashingtonDog MountainSkamania County, WashingtonBranches radiate in a spiral around the trunk of a fallen Douglas Fir. (Augsperger Trail, a hall-mile north of the junction with the Dog Mountain...Country Club Road, Hood River, OregonCountry Club RoadHood River, OregonSunset on a clear day in November, with the first sign of clouds ushering in rain for the following day.Mount Hood, Hood River County, OregonMount HoodHood River County, OregonFrom the summit of Mount Defiance. An extremely satisfying reward for what is probably the most punishing climb in the Columbia River Gorge. #snowStarvation Creek Falls, Hood River County, OregonStarvation Creek FallsHood River County, OregonThe paved trail that leads away from the falls.Starvation Ridge Trailhead, Hood River County, OregonStarvation Ridge TrailheadHood River County, OregonView of the Columbia River from the parking lot about an hour after dawn.Dog Mountain, Skamania County, WashingtonDog MountainSkamania County, WashingtonView from what most people refer to as the "summit." There is a spot farther up the hill completely entangled in saplings and low brush, which is...Dog Mountain, Skamania County, WashingtonDog MountainSkamania County, WashingtonBarge trudging west along the Columbia River.Dog Mountain, Skamania County, WashingtonDog MountainSkamania County, WashingtonMount Hood takes a back seat to a Douglas Fir
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