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- Balsamroot and Lupine in full flower on the Tom McCall Point Trail.
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- Balsamroot and Lupine in full flower on the Tom McCall Point Trail. The fist part of the trail pretty level and follows an old road.
- Balsamroot and Lupine in full flower on the Tom McCall Point Trail. The first part of the trail is pretty level and follows an old road. This is the transition of the trail from being flat to heading uphill.
- Closeup of a Balsamroot flower along the trail.
- Parts of the hillside are covered with Balsamroot. This view is to the northwest.
- Indian Paintbrush flowers in a few places among the Balsamroot on the Tom McCall Point trail.
- The Oak trees are leafing out and the Indian Paintbrush is mixed in with the Balsamroot plants. This is near the summit of the Tom McCall Point hike.
- Once on the summit, a trail continues down the east side, then up again to the edge of the preserve. This picture is from a side trail that leads to this meadow.
- Looking at Rowena Crest and towards Washington across the Columbia River Gorge from Tom McCall Point.
- Butterflies enjoy the flowers in the meadows. This Swallowtail butterfly is sampling a balsamroot flower.
- The Tom McCall Point trail features Indian Paintbrush mixed in the fields.
- Looking north into the Columbia River Gorge along the Tom McCall Point Trail. The dead trees are a stark contrast to the spring flowers.
- Tourist sign marking Rowena Crest on the Columbia River Scenic Highway.
- Trail sign near at the edge of the Rowena Crest parking area.