The hike to McCall Point is one of the best for experiencing the spring wildflower show on the east end of the Columbia River Gorge.
The steep open slopes above the Rowena Plateau are suited perfectly for golden balsamroot and purple lupine.
From the summit the Columbia River stretches for many miles in either direction. The snow-covered peaks of Mt. Hood and Mt. Adams crown the vistas.
And, to make the adventure even more enjoyable there is a rough series of trails to the east that makes the hike into a lollipop loop, almost always providing a sight of a blacktail deer or two.
Another hike to add to the gold-star list.