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The Cascades: The Cascade Range
Monday, August 15 @ 12:08:58 PDT by drew (5565 reads)
Information to help plan a hikeHere are some links to information about our Cascade Mountains I hope you find this useful, and that you plan for and hike as much of this wonderful area as possible. Click the map!

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Random Photos
The snow can stay late at Comet Falls. The trail can still be covered with snow in July.
The snow can stay late at Comet Falls. The trail can still be covered with snow in July.
From: Comet Falls, WA



From: Wonderland 2003 15-24 Aug.



From: Dog and Hamilton Mountains July 2002

Setting Pinion angle is crucial, here is a shot where I just eyeballed it and was off some 5 degrees.
Setting Pinion angle is crucial, here is a shot where I just eyeballed it and was off some 5 degrees.
From: 1978 Chevy Lowrider "PROJECT GOOD BEGINNINGS"

One of the many small creeks along the Lakes Trail.
One of the many small creeks along the Lakes Trail.
From: Whittier Ridge, WA


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Trivia
One Day like Today...
2005
Snoqualmie Falls generators begin producing electricity on July 31, 1899.

On July 31, 1899, 11-year-old Dorothy Baker throws the switch that starts the generators housed in the rock beneath Snoqualmie Falls. Electricity begins flowing to Seattle, the first long-distance transmission of hydroelectric power in the Northwest.


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