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Home / Mazama Trail Photos OR 
- Ridges from Mt. Hood define the landscape at Cairn Basin. The Timberline Trail meets the trail to Eden Park here.
- Avalanche Lillies carpet parts of the ground in Eden Park.
- Mt. Adams on the right and Mt. Rainier on the left with Eden Park in the foreground.
- The Timberline Trail crosses McGee Creek on the way to Cairn Basin. 2010 was a late snow year. This photo was taken in late July.
- The Timberline Trail crosses McGee Creek on the way to Cairn Basin. 2010 was a late snow year. This photo was taken in late July and shows that there is no bridge over this crossing.
- Taking a side trail near Cairn Basin reveals this tranquil view of Mt. Hood.
- Wildflowers bloom in meadows along the Timberline Trail.
- Mt. Hood as viwed from the lower section of McNeil Point Trail. Some trail junctions can be easily missed when covered by snow. Footprints can fade quickly from packed snow.
- Jasmine enjoys a break from hiking on the McNeil Point Trail. Mountain trails are a great place to get away from summer heat in the city.
- The trail junction with the Timberline Trail and the trailhead of the Mazama Trail are well signed.
- A seasonal pond near the top of the Mazama Trail provides a beautiful reflection of Mt.Hood.
- The lower portion of the Mazama Trail has dappled sunlight on the trail.
- Rhododendrons bloom along the Mazama Trail but the blooms appear sparse.
- Rhododendrons bloom along the Mazama Trail but the blooms appear sparse. Parts of the forest are covered by the bushes.
- I think this is Striped Coral Root Flower growing along the Mazama Trail. This is pretty common in the forests of the Pacific Northwest.