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Home / Trillium Yellowjacket Photos OR 19
A loop that combines busy tracks, open meadows, and stream crossings.
- Mt. Hood from near Trillium Lake.
- Snowshoeing on Trillium Lake looking towards Mt. Hood.
- There were several snow campers on the shore of Trillium Lake.
- Just in case you needed to know where you are.
- The skies over Mt. Hood were clearing as we snowshoed along Trillium Lake
- Nice interplays of light and shadow on Trillium Lake looking at Mt. Hood.
- All the clouds have left Mt. Hood for the moment.
- Continuing along the forest roads brings you to Summit Meadow with a partial view of Mt. Hood.
- A solitary tree provides a nice vantage point to photograph the clouds at Summit Meadown.
- Still Creek doesn't freeze in the winter.
- Someone has a cozy fire going in this little cabin by Summit sno park.
- Looking for the double diamonds for the Yellowjacket Trail.
- The Yellowjacket Trail isn't maintained much and there are some deadfall to get around.
- Jeremiah broke trail for a lot of the way through the beautiful winter forest.
- Getting close to Snow Bunny sno park.