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060 - Mount St. Helens, Washington (Print)
Photograph America Newsletter on Mount St. Helens, Washington
 
Discover dramatic images of the rebirth of forests destroyed by the eruption of this volcano over twenty years ago. This newsletter describes which roads and trails have been rebuilt and which visitor facilities are open now. All the best panoramic overlook viewpoints are noted as well as the best trails, the hike down to Spirit Lake and the Truman Trail that will take you to the edge of the crater. This issue includes information on both the West Side and the East Side, including Iron Falls, a "must-see" spot. Photograph the miles of flattened forests from "The Edge" and drive through the devastation of millions of fallen Douglas Firs to Ryan Lake. Explore Ape Cave Trail on the South Side.
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Discover dramatic images of the rebirth of forests destroyed by the eruption of this volcano over twenty years ago. All the best panoramic overlook viewpoints are noted as well as the best trails, the hike down to Spirit Lake, and the Truman Trail that will take you to the edge of the crater.
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Locations
  • Ape Cave Trail
  • Bear Meadows
  • Boundary Trail
  • Cascade Peaks Viewpoint
  • Clearwater Valley
  • Coldwater lake
  • Columbia River, WA
  • Eruption Trail
  • Gifford Pinchot National Forest
  • Goat Marsh Trail
  • Harmony Viewpoint
  • Iron Creek Falls
  • Johnston Ridge Observatory
  • Layser Cave
  • Loowit Viewpoint
  • Meta lake
  • Plains of Abraham Trail
  • Ryan Lake
  • Spirit Lake
  • Takhlakh Lake
  • Trail of Two Forests
  • Truman Trail
  • Woods Creek Watchable Wildlife Site