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New Meetup: Observation Peak Hike

From: user 1.
Sent on: Thursday, July 1, 2010 9:11 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for The Portland Single Dog-Lovers Meetup Group!

What: Observation Peak Hike

When: Monday, July 5,[masked]:00 AM

Parkrose Transit Center
NE Sandy Blvd & NE 96th Ave
Portland, OR 97220

Let's hike in the Trapper Creek Wilderness with out dogs. Observation Peak was the site of old lookout, so there may be great views from Mt Jefferson to Mt Rainier. The main route to this peak is an arduous 13 mile round trip. However, there is a back-door route that is less than half that. Here is the summary from Sullivan's book:

Moderate, 5.6 miles round trip
Elevation gain, 1390 ft. Note, according to elevation on the map it is 600 ft. I don't know which is correct.

For further information, contact Larry Miller. [address removed] or [masked]

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