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The trailhead of the Lower Macleay Trail was once near the cabin of Danford Balch. Look for this sign in the undergrowth near the trailhead and read about Danford Balch.
The trailhead of the Lower Macleay Trail was once near the cabin of Danford Balch. Look for this sign in the undergrowth near the trailhead and read about Danford Balch.
From: Stone House, OR

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From: Goat Rocks, WA

Pine Ridge, WA
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Pine Ridge, WA To print using Internet Explorer, expand to full size, right click on image, and press Print Picture.
From: Pine Ridge, WA

Deer Fern (Latin name: Blechnum spicant) sporting new green fronds along the Salmon Butte Trail.
Deer Fern (Latin name: Blechnum spicant) sporting new green fronds along the Salmon Butte Trail.
From: Salmon Butte, OR

Lake Anne is the first lake that you pass. It is slowly melting out.
Lake Anne is the first lake that you pass. It is slowly melting out.
From: South Cinder Cone, OR


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Monday, April 28
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· Mitchell Point, OR
· Benham Falls, OR
· Toketee Falls, OR
· Dalles Mountain Ranch, WA
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Monday, January 06
· Crater Lake Snow Camp, OR
· Indian Beach Trail, OR
· Whipple Creek Trail, WA
· Greenleaf Falls, WA
Tuesday, September 03
· Wonderland Trail to Indian Bar
· Whittier Ridge Trail, WA
· 2013 Portland Century
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Friday, February 15
· High Rock Overlook Trail, WA
· Pinnacle Peak Trail, WA

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