Salmon River

The Salmon River is a 33.5-mile (53.9 km) river in the Cascade Range in the U.S. state of Oregon that drains part of southwestern Mount Hood. The entire length of the river is a protected National Wild and Scenic River. Several portions are in protected wilderness. It is affluent to the Sandy River, a tributary of the Columbia River.
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Most of the best features of the Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness can be visited on…
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Paradise Park is best known for its wildflower displays in July and August, but …
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As usual, mileages can differ between sources. These mileages are from a GPS tra…
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The federally-designated Wild and Scenic Salmon River issues from the Palmer Sno…
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The Old Salmon River Trail is a gentle and easy introduction to the spellbinding…
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Timberline Lodge is unique because there is such an easy road that goes so high …
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During the height of the post-World War II logging heyday, the Salmon River Road…
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The Salmon Butte Trail #791 is one of the more popular trails in the Salmon-Huck…
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Even though, it is close to the rough Sherar Burn Road and the Devil's Peak Trai…
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The Chena Mining District was established around 1900 with about 100 claims. Gol…
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Accessed from the bureau of Land Management's Wildwood Recreation Area, the Boul…
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You don't normally think of hiking to Mount Hood Meadows from Timberline Lodge b…
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The Zigzag Overlook from Timberline Lodge Hike is a fairly easy hike that gives …
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