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Saddle Mountain

 
Bald -topped Saddle Mountain (elevation 3283 feet) affords one of the best vistas in Oregon's North Coast Range, spanning two states - Oregon and Washington. Views from the summit include Mount Rainier, Saint Helens, Adams, Hood and Jefferson. The Pacific Ocean, Columbia River and Astoria may be seen to the West. The hike is six miles (round trip) and gains over 1600 vertical feet.

from Summitpost.org

Saddle Mountain summit - from Summitpost.org

The last part of the trail winds up the southeast side of the mountain to the summit.

from Summitpost.org

From the westmost summit looking eastward toward the "other hump" of the mountain.

from Summitpost.org

This last photo is a view from the Washington side of the Columbia River looking over Astoria Oregon onward to Saddle Mtn.  
 

Favorite Hikes

Lake 22
Heather Lake
Mt. Dickerman (Fall)
Mt. Dickerman (Winter)
Enchantments
Vesper Peak
Saddle Mtn.(Ore. Coast)
Mt. Pilchuck
Glacier Lake
Snow Lake


Lower Saddle Mountain Trail - from SummitPost.org

Lower Saddle Mtn. trail.


 


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