Camp and Explore at Meadow Lava Tubes

EXPLORE THE AREA The entrance to the Lava Tubes is located in a rock pit near the NW base of Tabernacle Hill.

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Photographing Dutchman's Arch

Duchman's Arch is visible from I-70 but ask anyone about it and they will look at you with a blank face.

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Hike to Tamanawas Falls

This easy trail in the Mt Hood National Forest has a journey just as lovely as the destination.

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Hike to Triple Falls

This hike, starting at the Oneonta Trailhead is a 3.2 mile roundtrip.

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Hike Hamilton Mountain

Hamilton Mountain has one of the best views in the Columbia Gorge. The hike starts out with a gradual uphill climb through an old-growth forest.

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Hike Munra Point

This hike starts at the Wahclella Falls trailhead, but does not use that trail. Instead, walk back towards the freeway and take a left onto the Columbia River Highway Trail.

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Hike to Metlako & Punchbowl Falls

This is a fairly short hike. 2 miles in to Punchbowl Falls (past Metlako Falls) and then 2 miles out.

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Hike the Salmon River Trail

Largely Flat Trail4.4 Miles out and BackOld Growth ForestRiver Scouting Opportunities There are seven trailheads all off to the right of E. Salmon River Road.

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Hike to Short Sands Beach

It is located just off the side of highway 101 north of Manzanita and south of Cannon Beach. To get here, you need to just pull off into the Oswald West parking lot on the ocean side of the freeway.

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Photograph Trillium Lake

Trillium Lake is a popular camp spot at the base of Mount Hood. It's known for it's scenery, abundant recreational activities, and is family friendly.

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Explore Cathedral Park

Located right underneath the St Johns Bridge, Cathedral Park is hard to miss. It was given its name due to the Gothic looking arches that sit above the park.

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Explore Mount Tabor Park

Sitting 400 feet above the city with views of Mt. Hood and Portland doesn't sound to bad right?? Mount Tabor is located in Southeast Portland and is a once active volcano.

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Hike to the Dry Creek Falls

This is a 4.4 mile out and back hike with only 710 feet in elevation gain.

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Hike East Sooke Park

Sitting very close to the southernmost point of Vancouver Island, facing west towards the mouth of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the open Pacific Ocean, East Sooke Park is a unique and magical place.

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