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Home / Augspurger Mtn Photos WA 
- Trail signs at the first junction of Dog Mountain Trail. The trail to the right passes a viewpoint but the trail on the left is shorter and stays in the woods. There will be plenty of views later.
- The Dog Mountain Trail near the summit. This is a view to the west, looking over Wind Mountain.
- The Dog Mountain Trail near the summit. This is a view to the west, looking over Wind Mountain. This photo was taken past the peak of the Balsam Root flowers blooming.
- Looking south at the upper portion of the Dog Mountain Trail and the Columbia River.
- Mt. St. Helens can be easily seen from Dog Mountain on a nice day.
- Phlox and some fuzzy plant are lit by the early morning sunlight on the Dog Mountain Trail.
- Mt. Hood rises above the Benson Plateau.
- Balsam Root flowers bloom on the slopes of Dog Mountain.
- Lupines and Indian Paintbrush bloom on the slopes of Dog Mountain.
- The Columbia River can barely be seen from this clearing in the trail.
- Mt. St. Helens graces a beautiful sky from the Augspurger Mountain Trail.
- A panorama of three snow-capped mountains. From left to right, Mt. St. Helens, Mt. Rainier, and Mt. Adams from the Augspurger Mountain Trail.
- Looking west you can see the Columbia River in the distance and also see how far you have traveled from the river.
- The skeleton of a tree makes a silhouette and shows the power of the east winds in the Gorge.
- An outcrop of basalt provides a contrast to the snowy Mt. Adams.