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Mt. Hood Meadows
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Mt. Hood Meadows offers some of the most spectacular skiing and snowboarding in the Northwest! The resort is close to Portland - just 90 minutes away - but delivers a big mountain experience you'd expect to travel much farther to enjoy. Mt. Hood Meadows operates on a special use permit in the Mt…
Meadows has some of the best terrain that Mt. Hood has to offer. Just be aware that the weekends and holidays it gets busy. They have started some summer activities, so check their website for details.
The largest of the mountain's ski resorts, with terrain to suit the needs of all levels of skiing and boarding.
If you love snowboarding, skiing or just love sitting around a fire in a cabin enjoying some hot coco with family and friends Mt. Hood is only 30min drive away!
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“Visit The Ape Caves! The longest continuous lava tube in the continental U.S. offers 2.5 miles of dark explorations for the adventurous. Located on the south side of Mt. St. Helens, the Ape Cave was formed over 2000 years ago when lava flowed down the volcanic mountain in streams. As the lava cooled an outer crust would form, allowing the molten lava inside to continue to flow and creating tunnels. This kind of formation is unusual for the Cascade Range volcanoes, which seldom erupt with fluid lavas. amed after its original explorers and not the hairy, ape-like humanoids said to roam the surrounding mountainside, two and a half miles of lava tube remains today, luring cavers to explore its narrow passages and crawlways. Lined with stalactites and stalagmites, the cave is scattered with boulder piles and for the more adventurous climbers an 8-foot lava fall can be scaled to reach a cathedral-like skylight opening. Tales of purported sightings of sasquatch (aka “Bigfoot”) have come from the area for decades, but the tube actually received its name from the Mt. St. Helens Apes, the group of foresters who first explored the cave soon after its discovery in the early 1950’s. No evidence of habitation by the legendary giant hominids is known to have been found in the caves.”
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