From the Coastal Mountains to Mt. Hood


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Mt. Hood

On a sunny, early June day, I drove to the northeast side of Mt. Hood. There was too much snow to hike, but the blue skies and fresh snow on the mountain made for an impressive scene.

Northeast face of Mt. Hood

After enjoying the clear views of the mountain, I drove south to the White River parking area. This provided great views of Mt. Hood above the Meadows ski area.

Several days later I drove west into the Coastal Mountains. Vernonia Lake was especially pretty on a sunny, windless day.

What a time to live in the Pacific Northwest!

Vernonia Lake

Southeast face of Mt. Hood above Meadows Ski Resort

Vernonia Lake

Mt. Hood above White River parking area

Categories: Mt. Hood Natural Forest Hikes, Oregon Coastal Mountain HikingTags:

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