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Hiking at Beacon Rock

  • by corrijean
  • | Oct 17, 2012
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  • | 18 comments

Fun hike. Pretty short, but a little steep. Overall, it was not a very strenuous hike, but the views were great.


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  • 22 months ago

    corrijean

    I didn't see anyone else at the top, so I imagine one could get away with extra-curricular activities up there.

  • 22 months ago

    MyCowsCanFly

    I didn't know you could still climb Beacon Rock. A girl friend and I did the climb several years ago. She came up with a very inventive activity once we reached the top. The idea of getting caught and the view made it very exciting. It also stands out as a special memory because she came up with an idea that would never have occurred to me.

    I do the drive along Highway 14 frequently. It never fails to bring a smile.

  • 2 years ago

    corrijean

    Thanks!

  • 2 years ago

    Travis73

    Great pictures ! It looks a very good hike. I'll search it out...

  • 2 years ago

    corrijean

    I have a few pictures posted here from hiking at Mt St Helens.

    Too bad my husband wasn't able to go with me this time.

  • 2 years ago

    widderstein

    Cascade Range looks really great.Hans-St.

  • 2 years ago

    corrijean

    Widderstien looks like a very interesting place to hike/climb.

    We have the Cascade mountain range here. Mount Hood is fairly close to where I went hiking.

    Beacon Rock (even though it originated as a volcano) is really not very tall. It was a pretty short hike. Fun, though.

  • 2 years ago

    widderstein

    That looks very, very good. Just go in google onto my so often climbed mountain: WIDDERSTEIN. Grüße, Hans-St.

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