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- Mt. Hood as viewed from the parking lot for Trillum Lake Sno-Park
- Trailhead sign for Trillium Lake Sno-Park.
- Trail listing for the trails at Trillium Lake.
- Map of the trail at Trillium Lake.
- A small stream flows through a culvert under the trail at the bottom of the hill, about .5 mile from the parking lot on the Trillium Lake Trail.
- In winter the Forest Service road becomes a groomed trail through the forest around Trillium Lake. Remember not to walk or snowshoe on top of the cross-country ski tracks because it makes it harder for the skiers to use the trail.
- Mt. Hood from the south shore of Trillium Lake. The picnic area is on the right side of the lake.
- Mt. Hood from the south shore of Trillium Lake.
- Mt. Hood from the south shore of Trillium Lake. Even in late winter the lake is melting out along the shoreline.
- Summit Prairie Meadows was a place the early settlers fed their livestock on the Oregon Trail before negotiating Laurel Hill.
- Looking east from Summit Prairie Meadows.
- Mt. Hood as seen from Summit Prairie Meadows along the Trillium Lake Trail.
- Mt. Hood as seen from the south end of the parking lot near the trailhead for the Trillium Lake Trail.