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    Top Spots in and near Rhododendron

    • Mount Hood, Oregon

      Kayak Laurance Lake

      5.0
      This lake is found about 25 miles south of Hood River, Or. $5 for day use and now other passes are accepted, just keep that in mind. There are camping sites all over the lake as well, so if you are thinking of making a weekend out of it.  It wasn't very crowded on a weekend during the summer so y...
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    • Clackamas County, Oregon

      Bike the Timothy Lake Trail

      4.5
      15 mi
      Located about 2 hours outside of Portland, Timothy lake is a great home base to adventure from. It has many campgrounds, lots of lake access and great loop around the lake that is open to both hiking and Mt biking. While the hiking loop is 13 miles, the Mt. bike loop is 15 since you need to make ...
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    • Mount Hood, Oregon

      Snowshoe to the Tilly Jane A-Frame

      5.0
      2.7 mi / 1900 ft gain
      Built in the 1930's, the Tilly Jane A-Frame sits on the North side of Mount Hood at around 6,000ft. The cabin is very popular during winter months as it is located only 1,000ft below the tree line and offers beautiful snowshoeing, hiking, skiing and snowboarding opportunities, yet is also a popul...
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    • Clackamas County, Oregon

      Camp at Timothy Lake

      4.5
      Timothy Lake is one very large, man-made lake in the heart of Mt. Hood National Forest, and can be considered one of the best summer camping spots in the area. With more than ten campgrounds to choose from, this area can accommodate almost every type of camping possible - everything from cabin re...
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    • Estacada, Oregon

      Raft the Wild and Scenic Clackamas River

      5.0
      The Wild and Scenic Clackamas River above the North Fork Reservoir is a great destination for paddlers and only about an hour drive from downtown Portland. This popular 13.5 mile section of river lies within the Mt. Hood National Forest and offers continuous class II-III boating with a little cla...
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    • Mount Hood, Oregon

      Tamanawas Falls

      4.4
      3.37 mi / 722 ft gain
      This easy trail in the Mt Hood National Forest has a journey just as lovely as the destination. The hike follows closely along the banks of Cold Spring Creek, up through a massive boulder field, and finally arrives at the 150ft tall Tamanawas Hiking directions: Starting at the East Fork- Tamanaw...
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    • Mount Hood, Oregon

      Snowshoe to Tamanawas Falls

      4.5
      3.6 mi / 590 ft gain
      Starting at the Sherwood Trailhead, follow the sign towards Tamanwas Falls. You will walk through the woods towards the river, and cross it on the log bridge. After crossing the creek, you will begin to head uphill. Keep going this way through the woods for nearly 2 miles, and you will reach the ...
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    • Mount Hood, Oregon

      Dry Fly Fishing the East Fork of Hood River

      4.0
      This river may be a bit under the radar at the moment but not for long.  This section doesn't have the big fish, that the main fork of the Hood River does but it will keep you busy with modest active trout perfect for a 3 or 5 weight rod in the summer time and a dry fly.   It's a great beginner &...
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    • Cascade Locks, Oregon

      Tomlike Mountain

      4.5
      7.65 mi / 1198 ft gain
      Beginning at the Wahtum Lake trailhead, follow the Wahtum Lake Express trail down to the shore and head east (right) around the lake. At the junction with the Pacific Crest Trail, follow the Herman Creek Trail to the east (right, again). You'll begin your ascent out of the Wahtum Lake bowl and to...
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    • Cascade Locks, Oregon

      Chinidere Mountain

      4.8
      3.18 mi / 1150 ft gain
      The easy version of the Chinidere Mountain hike starts Wahtum Lake Trailhead. The road to the parking lot for Wahtum Lake is paved and thus very easy to access in summer and before snowfall in autumn! The mountain sits across the lake from the parking lot and there are several trails that will ta...
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    • Sandy, Oregon

      Photograph Jonsrud Viewpoint

      4.5
      The view from this spot is definitely worth the drive, if you're visiting Portland or the Columbia River Gorge area I highly recommend taking the time to stop here. Not a lot of people know about this spot and its likely you'll be the only person/people there!If you get the chance, definitely com...
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    • High Prairie Trailhead, Oregon

      Lookout Mountain via High Prairie Trailhead

      2.69 mi / 531 ft gain
      Lookout Mountain should be the most popular destination in Oregon given its views to effort ratio. Mount Hood seems close enough to reach out and touch from the open, rocky summit, and views extend from the Three Sisters in the south to Mount Rainier to the north. While the hike is popular in the...
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    • Corbett, Oregon

      Hike to Upper Bridal Veil Falls

      5.0
      0.5 mi
      At the parking lot for Angel's Rest, turn left uphill on to Palmer Mill Road. Drive for about a mile, and park right past a tributary stream/small waterfall (pictured above) on your left that flows through a small pipe under the road. You will see a small space to park on the right. Park here and...
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    • Cascade Locks, Oregon

      Horsetail Falls Loop

      4.5
      2.56 mi / 610 ft gain
      Start off on this loop from Horsetail Falls Trailhead. It never hurts to start a hike with a view of Horsetail Falls. This 2.5 mile loop will start you off on Gorge trail #400 up Horsetail Falls Trail. You’ll encounter a few switchbacks before the trail flattens out and leads you into the valley ...
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    • Cascade Locks, Oregon

      Ponytail Falls

      4.6
      0.85 mi / 463 ft gain
      Ponytail Falls is an easy 0.8 mile hike located in the gorge that begins at Horsetail Falls. After hiking up mild switchbacks, continue to your right at the first trailhead intersection. The path levels out before coming around the mountain and opening up to the waterfall. This is the easiest wa...
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    • Corbett, Oregon

      Triple Falls

      4.5
      3.4 mi / 1168 ft gain
      Access to Triple Falls is currently closed. Learn more on the Forest Service Site. This hike, starting at the Oneonta Trailhead is a 3.2 mile roundtrip. You will gain approximately 600 feet in elevation as the trail often switches from moderate flat easy hiking to more difficult elevation gain a...
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