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- As you can see from the height of the sign at the trailhead, this trail is a popular winter trail too.
- A frosty morning fortells the end of the berry season and the snow isn't far behind.
- Mt. Hood rises above the forests and puts on a show for those select places with an unobstructed view. This promontory is a great spot to take in the view.
- The rocky rockfields around the top keep the trees from growing and provide a great viewpoint.
- Only the summit of Mt. Hood can be seen from the southern end of Upper Twin Lake.
- Between Upper Twin Lake and Palmateer Point cutoff there are just a few glimpses through the forest to the ridges beyond.
- Mt. Hood pokes holes in the sky and makes puffy little clouds on a spectacular fall day on the Palmateer Point View Trail.
- A viewpoint along the Palmateer Point View Trail provides nice views of mountain ridges to the east.
- A viewpoint along the Palmateer Point View Trail is at a cliff. This is looking straight down.
- As with most Forest Service trails, the trails are well marked. This horse camp is near the cutoff for Palmateer Point.
- From Palmateer Point this unspoiled view of the Barlow Creek Valley looking east must have looked just like this to the pioneers as they finished the Oregon Trail.
- Near the trailhead parking lot is this old sign showing the trails around Barlow Pass.