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Parks und Natur in Mount HOOD PRKDL

Erstklassige Parks

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“www.mthoodoutfitters.com. Rent a Kayak or Canoe on Trillium Lake! Rent Mt Bikes, take biking and hiking tours. Offering Xcountry ski rentals an tours, Snowshoe rentals and tours, and Snowmobiling Tours.”
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Wanderweg
“The well-graded trail takes you to a serene mountain lake with picture-postcard views of Mount Hood and rugged Tom Dick and Harry Mountain towering above.”
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Park
“Thousands of trails, ski slopes, cross country trails with stunning forest and mountain visitas. My favorite hike is Tom, Dick and Harry. Look it up!”
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“Large open area where kids can play in the snow in the wintertime. Just be cautious near the river!”
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Park
“This Historic Lodge was dedicated by Teddy Roosevelt in 1936. In addition to stunning views of the Cascade Range the lodge contains fantastic architecture and original artwork. Be sure to pop up to the Ramshead for a drink.”
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Park
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Campground
“Beautiful new building. The rangers have maps of all the hikes. Also don't forget your free mushroom permit before you go picking. ”
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Wanderwege

Wanderweg
“The well-graded trail takes you to a serene mountain lake with picture-postcard views of Mount Hood and rugged Tom Dick and Harry Mountain towering above.”
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Waterfall
“6.9 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Rhododendron, Oregon that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. Getting there: Drive to Zigzag then make a left turn onto East Lolo Pass Road, which becomes FR 18. Drive 4.3 miles and turn right onto FR 1825, marked for “Campgrounds, Trailheads.” After 0.7 miles, bear right at a junction and cross a bridge over the Sandy River. Continue 0.4 miles and keep left for the Ramona Falls Trailhead. The paved road becomes increasingly narrow and broken up, so slow down. Drive another 0.5 miles to reach the large parking area. The trailhead is a huge gravel parking area. Fees: NW Forest Pass or purchase $5/day pass at trailhead ”
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