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Warm weather and rain dramatically reduces Mount Hood snowpack

Warm weather and rain has dropped Mount Hood’s snowpack from 106 to 78 percent of normal.

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Mount Hood Cultural Center in Government Camp

The Mt. Hood Cultural Center & Museum in Government Camp is adding numerous exhibits on Mount Hood heritage and hopes to rebuild a model of the Mount Hood Fire Tower.

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Mount Hood Aerial on Flickr Highpointers Pool

The Highpointers Photo Pool on Flickr has this nifty photo of Mount Hood.

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Hood to Coast Documentary Opens

Marcie Hume’s documentary on the Hood to Coast relay coast has opened.

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New Door for Timerline Lodge

Timberline Lodge is replacing its door (built by the CCC) with one built with federal stimulus money.

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Mount Hood Quarter to Debut Nov. 17

The formal launch of the new Mount Hood quarter will be November 17, 2010 at 10:30 AM PT. The location will be the World Forestry Center located at 4033 SW Canyon Road in Portland, Oregon.

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Mount Hood Opens Lower Lifts Early

Timberline has opened its lifts early this year on October 27 — on the fifth time the lifts have opened in October.

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Woman Returns to Mount Hood Following Fatal 2006 Accident

Karen James who lost her husband on Mount Hood has returned to Portland for the first time since the accident to discuss how faith has gotten her through.

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Survivors of Long Traumatic Events Say “Trust in God”

An article on how people survive long term traumatic events such as the miners recently trapped in a Chile mine tells the story of Randy Knapp who at 18 was trapped 13 days in a whiteout over New Years on … Continue reading

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Expensive Options to Deal With Timberline Trail Washout on Mount Hood

Authorities say it could cost $1 million to build a suspension bridge or perhaps $500,000 to reroute the Timberline Trail which washed out in 2006 Eliot Glacier, wiping out the trail less than a quarter-mile west of Cloud Cap trailhead. … Continue reading

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