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2021 / 2022 Photos


Oct. 1 & 2,2022      Trolley Trail Tour

Sept. 24, 2022        Kelley Point bike ride

Sept. 10, 2022        Timberline-Trillium ride

Aug. 20, 2022         Picnic and Bike Ride

July 30, 2022          Highway cleanup

July 23, 2022          Oregon Trail bike ride

May 24, 2022          End of Spring Season

May 21, 2022          Madras bike ride

May 7, 2022            Snow in Govt. Camp

April 2022               Timberline Adventures

April 2022               Mt. High PACRAT Cup

Apr.   1 -  3, 2022Bachelor Blast

Mar. 13-20, 2022.  Whitefish, Montana

Mar. 16, 2022.       Blacktail Mt.

Mar.   5, 2022.        Ski the Glade Trail Day

Nov.19-21, 2021.    Snowvana


 CLICK ON ONE OF THE ABOVE

OR SCROLL DOWN FOR ALL PHOTOS

 

This page shows you a glimpse of what the club has done during the past year, starting in October.  Our year runs from October 1st to September 31 of the following year.


NOTE:  This year is not typical. Because of the COVID pandemic, we have been doing fewer trips and fewer activities than usual. If you are new to the club, check out some of the previous years to see what our club does in a typical year.

 

See how to post photos/videos to our web site, on the Articles page under "Technology".

 

Older photos

 

For older photos, go to the appropriate year:

 2021, 2020, 20192018,

2017, 2016 2015 2014, 2013 2012, 2011

2010 2009 20082007 20062005 2004,

 

 

 

For an overview of a full past year of the club's activities,

click on the 2020 Photos.

 

See a 6-minute video highlighting almost everything the club has done in a single year. The video is now posted on our Videos page, under the title: "Mountain High Club 2011-2012".



Grand Trolley Trail Tour

 
October 1 and 2, 2022.  (Saturday and Sunday)  Harry Scribner offered to guide us on this tour both on Saturday and Sunday.  11 people showed up on Saturday and another 7 showed up on Sunday.

The basic tour consisted of riding from Milwaukie to Oregon City and back.  On Sunday, an extension was offered to do the northern part of the Trolley trail and ride all the way up to Tilikum Crossing bridge and then back to Milwaukie.


The ride was mostly flat, but with some gentle undulations in the terrain.  We had lunch at the 14th Street Food Cart pod in Oregon City.  We also visited the arch bridge, where live music was being performed and there views of the waterfalls on the Willamette River.


Group photo
Gtoup photo at the Trolley Trail bike ride.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Pedestrian bridge
Nancy, Lisa, and Debbie on a pedestrian bridge on the Trolley Trail tour.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Clary and Susan
Clary and Susan on theTrolley Trail tour.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Band on the arch bridge
Live band playing on the arch bridge in Oregon City.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Waterfalls
Oregon City waterfalls as seen from the arch bridge.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Kayakers on the Willamette River
Is that Kurt Wilke kayaking on the Willamette River?   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Group photo on the bridge
Group photo on the arch bridge in Oregon City.    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Nancy and waterfalls
Nancy and the waterfalls in the distance.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Food carts
Food carts on 14th Street in Oregon City.   (Photo from John A. Davis)

 
On the trail
Lisa and Terri on the Trolley Trail bike ride.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Trail
James, Nancy, Terry, and others on the Trolley Trail bike ride.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Terry B
Terri B on a serious e-bike on the Trolley Trail tour.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Trail
Susan, Debbie, and Clary on the Trolley Trail.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Trail
Clary, Chas, and Lisa on  Trolley Trail.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Trail
Chas, Lisa, and Harry on the Trolley Trail.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Harry
Harry, our leader, on the Trolley Trail.    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
A little pause
A pause to re-group.  John, James, Terri and Debbie, Nancy, etc. on the Trolley Trail.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Group on the trail
Terri, Debbie, Nancy, Susan, Chas, ... on the Trolley Trail.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
On the trail
Debbie, Nancy, Susan, Chas,  and others on the Trolley Trail.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 


Kelley Point Bike Ride

 
September 24, 2022.  (Saturday)  Only 8 of us showed up for this wonderful bike ride to the confluence of the Willamette River and the Columbia River.  We started from the NE corner of Kenton Park in North Portland.  We rode our bikes along a paved trail closely following the Columbia Slough. Along the way we saw a woodpecker, several egrets, and some ducks.  The sandy beaches at Kelley Point park were quite a surprise.


We ended the day with lunch at the Casa Maya Mexican restaurant, just 2 blocks from Kenton Park, and we also visited a statue of Paul Bunyan just a block from the restaurant.  Overall, it was a very pleasant day.

Kenton Park group photo
Group photo at Kenton Park, our starting point.  Kelley Point bike ride.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Kenton Park
At Kenton PArk, our starting point.  Kelley Point bike ride.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

   
On the dyke
On the dyke next to the Columbia Slough.  Kelley Point bike ride.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

   
egret
And egret.  Egrets are white.  Herons have more colors.  Kelley Point bike ride.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

   
Egrets
More egrets.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

   
Paved path
Harry and Gerald, and Linda emerging from a narrow dirt side path. Kelley Point ride. (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

   
Gerald
Gerald and Linda on the Kelley Point bike ride.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

   
Picnic table
Picnic Table at Kelley Point.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

   
Harry and anchor
Harry at a heavy anchor at Kelley Point.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

   
Group picture at the anchor
Group picture at the anchor at Kelley Point.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

   
Beach
A beach Kelley Point, on the Columbia River side.  Water was surprisingly clear.  (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

   
Meditation
A good place to sit and observe nature. Kelley Point.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

   
Smaller beach
A smaller beach at Kelley Point.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

   
Bridge over the Slough
Observing the Columbia Slough from a bridge.  Kelley Point bike ride.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

   
Harry
Harry on the Kelley Point bike ride.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

   
Ducks
Ducks on the Columbia Slough.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

   
Lunch at Casa Maya
Lunch at Casa Maya at the end of the bike ride.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

   
Paul Bunyan
Visiting Paul Bunyan at the end of the Kelley Point bike ride.   (Photo from Harry Scribner)

   


Timberline - Trillium Lake - Still Creek - Rhododendron bike ride

September 10, 2022.  (Saturday) We combined two previous bike rides into one: Timberline to Government Camp plus Govy to Trillium Lake and then down Still Creek Road to Rhododendron. It was a total of about 24 miles, but most of it downhill.  14 people participated.  At one point we actually had 15.

A few people from our club urged us to reconsider and maybe cancel this bike ride because of alerts received from PGE about high winds and dry air and high temperatures that all combine to create a fire hazard. In fact, PGE had cut off power to both Government Camp and Welches to prevent any possible sparks that might ignite a forest fire. But it turned out that all this created more alarm than necessary.  We had a great day, and there was no need to cancel it.

The day started off really cool, with the temperature around 50ºF.  And there was  bit of a breeze in the wide open Timberline parking lot, probably not more than about 10 - 15 mph.  As soon as we ducked into the forest, we were protected from even that little bit of wind.  By the time we got to Government Camp or Trillium Lake, we all started shedding our outer clothing layers because it got warmer, but it never got really hot. Most of our ride was in the shade of trees. Maximum temperature later in the day was around 77ºF.

All along Still Creek Road, there was practically no wind at all.  No leaves were moving even high up in the canopy.  The only sign of somewhat unusual weather was that Mt. Hood was enveloped in a haze.

Both Huckleberry Inn and Charlie's Pub were open because they both had their own power generators.  We stopped at Huckleberry for a leisurely breakfast or snack.  Some had a huckleberry shake, others a huckleberry pie, and some even a full breakfast of eggs and ham.

Trillium Lake had people bathing in it.  We just rode our bikes part of the way around the lake.

After a long descent down Still Creek Road, where we crossed Still Creek several times (over bridges), we arrived in Rhododendron.  We then carpooled back up to Timberline to fetch our cars.

The Chicali Cantina was closed due to lack of power.  Se we all drove to Sandy and had lunch there at the Bigfoot Growlers Restaurant.  It was a very pleasant day.  We concluded that it's a good idea to always end a bike ride with some socializing over a nice meal.

Our next bike ride will be just 2 weeks from now. We'll ride to Kelly Point, where the Willamette River joins the Columbia River.
Timberline
Getting ready at the Timberline parking lot.  The mountain was a bit hazy.   (Photo from Gerald Woergoeter)

     
Near Government Camp
Re-grouping at the ODOT highway maintenanc lot near Government Camp.    (Photo from Gerald Woergoeter)

  
Group hoto at Trillium lake
Group photo at Trillium Lake - Still Creek Road    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Mt. Hood in a haze
At Trillium Lake/  Notice that Mt. Hood is in a haze.    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Trillium lake
At Trillium Lake - Still Creek Road    (Photo from Gerald Woergoeter)

  
Still Creek Road
Gentle downhill along Still Creek Road    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Still Creek Road
Trillium Lake - Still Creek Road    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Still Creek Rd.
Debbie and Lisa on Still Creek Road    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Nancy and Linda
Nancy and Linda on Still Creek Road    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Still Creek Road
Trillium Lake - Still Creek Road    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

     
Bridge
The first bridge over Still Creek.    (Photo from Gerald Woergoeter)

     
Regrouping again
Regrouping again.    (Photo from Gerald Woergoeter)

  
First bridge
Stopping to regroup at the first bridge on  Still Creek Road    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Looking down from the bridge
Looking down at Still Creek from the bridge    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Picture taking
A view of Still Creek.    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
View of Still Creek
View of Still Creek with John and Michele.    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Another view
Shall we push on?    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Best T-shirt
Best T-shirt.  When do we eat next?     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Larry had the best T-shirt
Larry gets the prize for best shirt.    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Lisa and Debbie
Trillium Lake - Still Creek Road    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

     
Still Creek
Still Creek    (Photo from Gerald Woergoeter)

     
Bridge
Group photo at Trillium Lake - Still Creek Road    (Photo from Gerald Woergoeter)

     
Bridge 2
Group photo at Trillium Lake - Still Creek Road    (Photo from Gerald Woergoeter)

  
Flat tie. Changing the inner tube.
We had one punctured tire on Still Creek Road. Changing the inner tube.    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Greg's bike
Greg had the misfortune of a punctured tire.    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Still Creek
A view of Still Creek.    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Greg and his bike
Greg reattaching the brake cable.    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Final adjustment
Reattaching the chain.    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

     
Flat tire repaired
Flat tire fixed!    (Photo from Gerald Woergoeter)

  
Bigfoot Growlers
We stopped for lunch at Bigfoot Growlers in Sandy.    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Cheers
Cheers!  Debbie and Nancy.    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Private room at Bigfoot Growlers
Our private room at Bigfoot Growlers.    (Photo from John Davis)

  

    
Picnic and bike ride

August 20, 2022.  (Saturday) Our annual picnic and bike ride was a pleasant affair.  14 people showed up for the pre-picnic bike ride along the Willamette River, where we also crossed the relatively new pedestrian Tillikum Crossing bridge.  Approximately 25 people came to the picnic in Sellwood Park.  As usual, the club provided grilled sausages, both  spicy and non-spicy, and the rest was a potluck.
Bike rideers on Tillicum bridge
Our Mountain High group at the Tillikum Crossing bridge.
Annual picnic and bike ride    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Picnic 1
 Annual picnic and bike ride    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Picnic 2
 Lots of desserts at the picnic!   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Picnic 3
 Annual picnic and bike ride    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  

Highway Cleanup
July 30, 2022.  (Saturday) Only 6 of us showed up this time, but we did a good job cleaning up our 2-mile section of highway 26 just west of Government Camp. We then had lunch at Charlie;s Pub. Left to right: Kay, Bill, Michele, Eiko, Debbi, and\par Emilio behind the camera.
Hwy. cleanup 1
Left to right: Kay, Bill, Michele, Eiko, Debbi, and Emilio behind the camera.
Mt. High highway cleanup    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Hwy. cleanup 2
Mt. High highway cleanup    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  


Oregon Trail (Barlow Road)
bike ride

July 23, 2022.  (Saturday) Twenty people signed up for this fun and educational bike ride, but only 19 showed up. We followed the route of the Oregon pioneers' wagons as well as the old Mt. Hood Loop highway (which is now mostly abandoned, decommissioned, and partly destroyed. We heard the ghost of Perry Bickers speaking from his grave ad telling us how he was killed.  We saw one of the most beautiful views of Mt. Hood.  We saw the horse tunnel -- which some have nicknamed "the bat cave". And we ended the day with lunch at the Chicali Cantina in Welches, which says on its web site that they have "Seriously good food" and "Epic Margaritas".

View of Mt. Hood
One of the best views of Mt. Hood, as seen from the old highway near Barlow Pas.
Oregon Trail bike ride    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Mt. Hood view
.Check out this view!
Oregon Trail bike ride    (Photo from Gerald Woergoetter)

 
Malclm and Tammy
Malcolm and Tammy
Oregon Trail bike ride    (Photo from Malcolm MacDonald)

 
Emilio at Barlow Pass
Emilio at the intersection of Barlow Road and the Pacific Crest Trail at Barlow Pass.
Oregon Trail bike ride    (Photo from Kurt Wilke)

 
The wagon trail from Barlow PaAss
An old sign and a new sign for Barlow Road west of Barlow Pass
Oregon Trail bike ride    (Photo from Kurt Wilke)

 
Emilio at Pioneer Woman's Grave
Emilio showing pictures of Joel Palmer and Samuel Barlow near the Pioneer Woman's Grave.
Oregon Trail bike ride    (Photo from Kurt Wilke)

  
Interpretive display at Pioneer Woman's Grave
Interpretive display at Pioneer Woman's Grave.
Oregon Trail bike ride    (Photo from Malcolm MacDonald)

 
Trilium Sno PArk
Trilium Sno Park.
Oregon Trail bike ride    (Photo from Malcolm MacDonald)

 
Summit Meadow
A bit of gravel road at Summit Meadow.
Oregon Trail bike ride    (Photo from Malcolm MacDonald)

 
Pioneer Cemetery
Emilio at the Pioneer Cemetery at Summit Meadow (aka. "Summit Prairie")
Oregon Trail bike ride    (Photo from Kurt Wilke)

 
Emilio at Pioneer Cemetery
Emilio at the Pioneer Cemetery at Summit Meadows, where Perry Vickers is buried..
Oregon Trail bike ride    (Photo from Malcolm MacDonald)

 
Collins Lake
Collins Lake at Collin's Lake Resort.
Oregon Trail bike ride    (Photo from Malcolm MacDonald)

 
Trail sign
.Following the original wagon route west of Government Camp
Oregon Trail bike ride    (Photo from Malcolm MacDonald)

 
Barlow Rd. amd Pioneer Bridle Trail
Barlow Road to the left and Pioneer Bridle Trail to the right.
Oregon Trail bike ride    (Photo from Malcolm MacDonald)

   
Wagon Ruts
Wagon ruts still visible west of Government Camp.  Also, a fallen tree that needs to be moved aside.
Oregon Trail bike ride    (Photo from Kurt Wilke)

 
Wagon ruts with group photo
Most of our group sitting on the fallen tree over the wagon ruts..
Oregon Trail bike ride    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Down the ramp
This narrow trail is all that remains of the old Mt. Hood Loop Highway at this location above highway 26,
after the blasting and improvements on highway 26.  Oregon Trail bike ride   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Down the ramp to Hwy. 26
We descended down to highway 26, just before Laurel Hill.
Oregon Trail bike ride    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Down the ramp, with Mt. Hood in the back
Mt. Hood looms in the background as we descend down the ramp, which is now just a narrow trail.
Oregon Trail bike ride    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Horse tunnel
Horse tunnel under the old highway -- aka. "a bat cave".
Oregon Trail bike ride     (Photo from Kurt Wilke)

 
Horse tunnel
Horse tunnel under the old highway.  Aka "the bat cave".
Oregon Trail bike ride    (Photo from Malcolm MacDonald)

 
The tunnel
Thru the tunnel and then onto the old highway.
Oregon Trail bike ride    (Photo from Malcolm MacDonald)


Lunch at the Chicali Cantina
Lunch at the Chicali Cantina in Welches.  Seriously good food.  Epic margaritas.
Oregon Trail bike ride    (Photo from Gerald Woergoeter)

 
Tammy and the margaritas.
Tammy with two epic margaritas.
Oregon Trail bike ride    (Photo from Malcolm MacDonald)

 


End of Spring Season
One last day at Timberline 


May 24, 2022.  (Tuesday)

One last day of skiing before the end of the Spring season.  A group of us skied at Timberline. The Palmer chair was finally open.  It normally opens in mid-April, but this year it opened in the second half of May. Mainly because it kept snowing throughout April and the first half of May.
Group at the top of Palmer
Kurt W., Linda, Bruce, Malcolm, Clary
Top of Palmer snowfield    (Photo from Gerald Woergoetter)

 
Top of Palmer looking down.
Mt. Jefferson in the background.
Top of Palmer snowfield    (Photo from Gerald Woergoetter)

 


Madras Bike rides 


May 21, 2022.  (Saturday)

We had 2 bike rides on this day, both starting from Madras, Oregon. Four of us went on a mountain bike trail in the Madras East Hills. At the same time, 8 of us went road biking on the Madras Scenic Bikeway, through the towns of Metolius and Culver and then on to the Cove Palisades State Park, with several overlooks with great views of a reservoir where the three rivers meet:  the Metolius, Deschutes, and Crooked River.

Make sure to scroll to the last pictures in this series, which show the alternate mountain bike route as well as the camping at Pelton Park.

 

Group photo at Sahalee Park
Group photo at Sahalee Park in Madras, with both mountain and road bikers together.
Standing:  Linda, JJ, Chris, Sandra, Alex,Michele, John, Brenda, Lisa.
Sitting:  Bruce, Gerald.
(Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Group photo with Emilio in it
Group photo at Sahalee Park in Madras, with both mountain and road bikers together.
Standing:  Linda, JJ, Chris, Sandra, Alex,Michele, Emilio, Brenda, Lisa.
Sitting:  Bruce, Gerald.
(Photo from John Ciardi)

 
Start of the ride
Starting the ride from Madras    (Photo from Linda McGavin)

    
Map
Madras Scenic Bikeway    (Photo from Brenda Ackerson)

  
Biking and Mt. Jefferson
We followed the green and white Scenic Bikeway signs.
Mt. Jefferson is in the background.  Alex and Michele in the foreground
Madras Scenic Bikeway    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

    
Scenic Bikeway sign
We followed the green and white Scenic Bikeway signs.
Mt. Jefferson is in the background.  Sandra and Brenda in the foreground
Madras Scenic Bikeway    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

    
Mt. Jefferson on the left
Mt. Jefferson is on the left, behind the trees.
Madras Scenic Bikeway    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

    
Turning toward the viewpoint.
Just a short gravel path away from the paved road to the scenic viewpoint.
Mt. Jefferson is still towering in the background.
Madras Scenic Bikeway    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

    
View point
At the view point.  Madras Scenic Bikeway    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

    
Group at the viewpoint
Brenada, Sandra, Chris, Michele, Alex, and JJ.
Madras Scenic Bikeway    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

      
Group photo
Madras Scenic Bikeway    (Photo from Alex Smith)

  
View of the resrovir
Viewpoint at the Cove Palisades State Park.
Madras Scenic Bikeway    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

    
Cove Palisades State Park viewpoint
Viewpoint at Cove Palisades State Park.  Madras Scenic Bikeway    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

    
John and Brneda
John and Brneda.  Madras Scenic Bikeway    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

    
John and Brenad admiring the view
John and Brenda admiring the view.  Madras Scenic Bikeway    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

       
The view
The view of the Cove Palisades.   Madras Scenic Bikeway    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

       
A differerent view.
Another view.   Madras Scenic Bikeway    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Bike
Madras Scenic Bikeway    (Photo from Brenda Ackerson)

    
Group
Madras Scenic Bikeway    (Photo from Brenda Ackerson)

    
View
Madras Scenic Bikeway    (Photo from Brenda Ackerson)

    
Bikes
Madras Scenic Bikeway    (Photo from Brenda Ackerson)

    
View
Madras Scenic Bikeway    (Photo from Brenda Ackerson)

    
View
Madras Scenic Bikeway    (Photo from Brenda Ackerson)

    
View
Madras Scenic Bikeway    (Photo from Brenda Ackerson)

    
View
Madras Scenic Bikeway    (Photo from Brenda Ackerson)

    
Group
Madras Scenic Bikeway    (Photo from Brenda Ackerson)

    
Mountain biking and sky
Gerald mountain biking in the Madras East Hills    (Photo from Linda McGavin)

    
Mountain biking
Gerald on a mountain bike trail in the Madras East Hills    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

    
Mountain biking
Bruce McGavin on a mountain bike trail in the Madras East Hills    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

      
Linda McG
Linda McGavin on a mountain bike trail in the Madras East Hills    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

 
Campfire
Camping at Pelton Park     (Photo from Linda McGavin)

  
Sunset
Sunset at Pelton Park     (Photo from Lisa Miller)

  
Kayaking the next day
The next day:  Michele paddle-boarding, while Lisa kayaking and fishing.     (Photo from Lisa Miller)

  


May Snow in Government Camp 


May 7, 2022.  (Saturday)

This year, Winter just won't stop.  It is May and it is still snowing, not just on the mountain, but in Government Camp as well.
Snow in Govy in May
Snow in Government Camp in May   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Snow in Govy in May
Looking up from the Mt. Hood Cultural Center & Museum. Government Camp in May   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Hucklebeerry Inn in May
Left to right:  Ratskeller, General Store, Huckleberry Inn.
Snow in Government Camp in May   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)




Timberline Spring Adventures 


April 16 - 17, 2022.  (Saturday)

A rare sunny day this April.  Almost a foot of new snow had fallen, but very little of it stayed on the eastern rim of Little Zig Zag canyon.  Most of the new snow was blown away by the wind.

 

Little Zig Zag canyon
Despite recent snow, the eastern side of Little Zig Zag canyon was full of rocks, some exposed,
and some covered with just an inch or two of snow.  A lot of the new snow was blown away.
Sally and Emilio in Little Zig Zag Canyon, April 16, 2022.   (Photo from Bruce McGavin)

    
Emilio at the top of the Mile
Emilio near the top of the Magic Mile  (Photo from Sallty Niedermeyer)
This year, our Spring adventures were limited.  The Magic Miles was often closed due to fog,
and the Palmer lift, which usually open around mid-April, did not open until the end of May.

      
Easter Bunny
The Easter Bunny did a face-plant in Government Camp.   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)
That's his tail sticking out.  Notice his big ears. This sculpture was made at the Mt. Hoof Express bus stop.

   
Easter bunny in Govy
Easter Bunny did a face plant at the bus stop in Government Camp   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

     
Easter bunny sculpture
This woman sculpted the Easter Bunny's face plant at the bus stop in Government Camp 
(Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 


Mountain High PACRAT Racing Cup 


April, 2022.  (Saturday)

After 4 PACRAT races, the Mountain High team with the most points was “So Edgy”, so they won the trophy and their team name was engraved as the winner for the 2022 season.

The trophy is kept on display in our club’s display case at the Mt. Hood Museum & Cultural Center in Government Camp. Come into the Museum and check it out. Admission is free. The Museum is open Wednesday - Sunday
from 9 am to 3 pm. Also open for the History Happy Hour, usually the first Saturday of each month, 6:30 - 8:30 pm.
So Edgy team
"So Edgy" team.  Mountain High PACRAT Cup   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
So Edgy
"So Edgy" team.  Mountain High PACRAT Cup   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
So Edgy with the trophy cup
"So Edgy" team with the trophy cup.  Mountain High PACRAT Cup   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
So Edgy team
"So Edgy" team.  Mountain High PACRAT Cup   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Examining the trophy
"So Edgy" team examining the trophy.   Mountain High PACRAT Cup   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

     
       Mt. High trophy cup       The trophy cup
Mountain High PACRAT Cup   (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 


Bachelor Blast 


April 1 - 3, 2022.  (Friday - Sunday)

This was a NW Ski Club Council trip, open to all local ski clubs.  The trip leader was Linda McGavin and the majority of the participants were Mountain High cliub members.

 

Group photo
Bachelor Blast    (Photo from Kurt Wilke)

  

Lisa and Kay
Bachelor Blast    (Photo from Kurt Wilke)

  

Kurt, Lisa, Clary
Kurt, Lisa, and Clary at the Bachelor Blast    (Photo from Kurt Wilke)

  

Beer outdoors
Drink beer outside at the bottom of the Outback chair at Bachelor Blast    (Photo from Linda McGavin)


Beer outside
Bachelor Blast    (Photo from Kurt Wilke)

  

Road to Mt. Bachelor
The road to Mt. Bachelor    (Photo from Linda & Bruce McGavin)

  

Smith Rock
Some of us took a side trip to Smith Rock during the Bachelor Blast.  Lisa and Kurt.  (Photo from Kurt Wilke)

  

Smith Rock
Some of us took a side trip to Smith Rock during the Bachelor Blast.    (Photo from Kurt Wilke)

 




Whitefish, Montana trip 


March 13-20, 2022.  (Sunday - Sunday)

This was a very flexible trip, where poeple could stay for 4, 5, or 7 nights.  48 people participated. We got several foggy days at Whitefish.  In the middle of the trip, on Wednesday, some of us took a day trip to Blacktail Mountain and had a great powder day there, along with some intermittent sunshine.
AT Whitefish, the resort had moved the chairlift that takes people out of Hellroaring canyon.  The lift was moved probably about half a mile to the side and also moved quite a bit higher, thus making it easier for advanced skiers to do laps in Hellroaring canyon.  Some new trails have been cut, but the terrain is still very steep.

 

Frozen trees
Whitefish Mountain Resort, Montana    (Photo from Gerald Woergoetter)

 

Kandahar lodge
We stayed at the Kandahar Lodge at Whitefish Mountain Resort, Montana    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

 
Foggy day
Kay and Robert on the chairlift.
The first couple of days were very foggy at Whitefish Mountain Resort, Montana    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

 
Near the top of Whitefish
View from near the top of Whitefish    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

 
Kay Kinyon in powder
Kay Kinyon skiing powder at Whitefish, Montana.   (Photo from Lisa Miller)

 
Group photo
Just a small group of us out of a total of 48 people at Whitefish, Montana    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

 
Skis on the lift
View from the chairlift at Whitefish, Montana    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

 
Manus and Mark
Manus and Mark at Whitefis, Montana    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

 
Lisa and Mark
Lisa and Mark at Whitefish, Montana    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

 
Mark in trees
Mark in the trees at Whitefish, Montana    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

 
Mark in powder
Mark in powder at Whitefish, Montana    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

 
Group photo
Group photo at Whitefish, Montana    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

 
St. Patrick's Day
On St. Patrick's day at the Hellroaring Saloon
Whitefish, Montana    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

 
Tanika and Raj
Tanika and Raj on St. Patrick's Day at Whitefish, Montana    (Photo from Tanika Barsegian)

 
Manus
Manus on St. Patrick's Day at Whitefish, Montana    (Photo from Tanika Barsegian )

 
Sandra Kaufman
Sandra Kaufman on St. Patrick's Day at Whitefish, Montana     (Photo from Tanika Barsegian )

  
Tanika and Raj
Raj and Tanika got engaged at Whitefish, Montana     (Photo from Tanika Barsegian )

 
Nancy and Annette
Nancy Erz and Annette D'incelli at Whitefish, Montana,
where everyone finds Jesus sooner or later!!!     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
Group photo
Annette, Emilio, Karen, Bill, and Nancy.
Group photo near the statue of Jesus at Whitefish, Montana     (Photo from Nancy Erz)

  



Blacktail Mountain, Montana trip 


March 16, 2022.  (Wednesday)

Some of us on the Whitefish trip took an optional day trip to Blacktail Mountain. We had good weather there, partly sunny, and lots of untracked good powder.  Blacktail has two adjacent hills, served by a total of 3 lifts.  The longest lift on the larger hill has a mid-station, used mainly to load the chairs with skiers who only want to ski the upper mountain, where the snow is better, lighter, and drier.

 

Group photo
Nancy, Emilio, Malcolm, Kurt, and Clary.
Group photo at Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

  

Malcolm
Malcolm and Clary at Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Kurt Wilke)

  

Nancy
Nancy Erz at Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Kurt Wilke)

  

Nancy
Nancy's smile tells it all!  Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Kurt Wilke)

  

Lisa
Lisa near the day lodge at Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Kurt Wilke)

  

Chairlift ride
Probably Malcolm and Lisa.  Chairlift ride at Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Kurt Wilke)

  

Little Emilio
Emilio skiing under the lift at Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

  

Emilio in powder
Emilio in powder.  Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Kurt Wilke)

  

Linda McGavin
Linda McGavin at Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

  

Bruce McGavin
Bruce McGavin at Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

   

Clary and Emilio
Clary and Emilio at Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

    
Group
Nancy, Emilio, Malcolm, Kurt, and Clary at Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

    
Malcolm and Kurt
Malcolm and Kurt at Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

    
Kurt in powder
Kurt in powder at Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

    
Emilio
Emilio at Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Nancy Erz)

    
Trees and view
Tree skiing and the view of Flathead lake at: Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

    
Trees and view of Flathead Lake
Trees and view of Flathead Lake at Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

    
Powder
Fresh powder at Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

      
Nancy
Nancy Erz at  Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

      
Slopes
Powder slopes and lift station at Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

        
Nancy
Nancy Erz at Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

    
Nancy
Nancy Erz and boy, what a nice ski jacket!!!  Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

    
Malcolm's beer
Malcolm retrieves a stash of cold beer in the parking lot.
Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

    
Bar and restaurant
Malcolm and Clary at the bar and restaurant.
Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

    
Group photo in the day lodge
Lunch break at the bar and restaurant. 
Clockwise:  Kurt, Emilio, Clary, Lisa, Nancy, Malcolm.
Blacktail Mountain, Montana    (Photo from Lisa Miller)

    


Ski the Glade Trail Day 


March 5, 2022.  (Saturday)

This annual event on the first Saturday of March is the only day of the year that the Glade Trail is groomed all the way from Timberline to Government Camp, a total of over 3 miles.  It is also patrolled and shuttle buses are provided to return to Timberline.  This is a living history experience, skiing the way people used to ski before Timberline Lodge was built.   It is also a fundraiser for the Mt. Hood Museum and Cultural Center.

It is a very popular event and it sells out every year.  Usually a maximum of about 70 tickets are sold.  They include breakfast, lunch and après ski happy hour with door prizes. Plus unlimited shuttle bus rides to Timberline.

Group photo
Group photo near the start of the Glade Trail. This is just one busload of people.  There were 4 buses.
Glade Trail Day, Mt. Hood.    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

 
Yan
Several of our club members participated. This is Yan Morrissey.
Glade Trail Day, Mt. Hood.    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

  
At the Museum
At the Musuem in Government Camp,after skiing, it's time for door prizes.
Glade Trail Day, Mt. Hood.    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

   
Poster winner
One of these two ladies won a poster of the event.
Glade Trail Day, Mt. Hood.    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

   
Sally and the door prizes
Sally Niedermeyer handed out numerous door prizes.
Glade Trail Day, Mt. Hood.    (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)

   


Snowvana 


November 19-21, 2021.  (Friday - Sunday)

This year, Snwovana was held at The Convention Center.
After 3 years of existing separately, this year the Ski Fever Show and Snowvana merged into one.  Snowvana has now grown from 2 days to 3 days and it incorporates a large Ski Swap.  The largest retailers in the Portland area had a large presence..  Also, the 3 largest ski areas on Mt. Hood were present, as well as Silver Mountain (Idaho), Hoodoo, and Mt. Ashland. 

 

Knights from Hoodoo
Hoodoo ski area brought in some magic, including knights -- or was it vikings?
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


Yeti
The abominable snowman or Yeti was also brought from Hoodoo
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


Emilio and Hodag
Emilio found Hodag, the legendary creature that roams around Hoodoo.
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


Sasquatch
What would the Northwest be without Bigfoot?  Also found at Hoodoo ski area.
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


Carpet skiing
Kids could try skiing on a carpet.
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


Next Adventure
The Next Adventure store had a large floor space
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


Hillcrest
The Hillcrest Ski & Sports had a large space too.
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


Next Adventure
A different entrance to the Next Adventure space.
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


Dog sledding
Kids could try some dog sledding.
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


Mt. Hood Ski Patrol
Mt. Hood Ski Patrol had its own booth.
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


PACRAT racers
PACRAT Racers had a booth, and they raffled off two pairs of skis.
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


NWSCC booth
Sue Rimkeit and Bill King staffing the NW Ski Club Council booth
representing about 32 clubs in the Northwest
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


Mt. Hood Meadows
Mt. Hood Meadows made it snow!!!  Kids loved it!
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)



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Ski trips & Social events  Selected past trip and event photos.

 

2021 Photos:  Kayak Pend Oreille River, Salmon River West Hike, Bike ride & BBQ, Highway cleanup, Trillium Lake bike ride, Mission Ridge ski trip.


2020 Photos:    Seafood Party, Picnic & Bike ride at Clark Park, Tom, Dick, and Harry Hike, Kayaking to theWillamette Falls, The Dalles bike ride & Mosier hike, Kayaking on Estacada Lake, Burnt Lake Trail Hike,  Trillium Lake / Still Creek bike ride, Highway Cleanup, Willapa Hills trail bike ride, Tamanawas Falls hike, Last weekend, Spring Skiin


2019 photos:    Seafood Party, Picnic & Bike ride at Clark Park, Tom, Dick, and Harry Hike, Kayaking to theWillamette Falls, The Dalles bike ride & Mosier hike, Kayaking on Estacada Lake, Burnt Lake Trail Hike,  Trillium Lake / Still Creek bike ride, Highway Cleanup, Willapa Hills trail bike ride, Tamanawas Falls hike, Last weekend, Spring Skiing at Meadows, Timberline side-country, Spring Skiing at Timberline, Bachelor Blast, Mt. Shasta & Mt. Ashland trip, Pizza Party, Ski the Glade Trail Day, King Winter, Bogus Basin / A-Lakes trip, Canada (Silver Star & Big White) trip, Lift Lines at Timberline (Saturday), Mt. Hood Vintage Movie Outtakes, First days at Timberline, First days at Mt. Hood Meadows, Mt. High Kickoff party, Ski Fever Show, Warren Miller movie + dinner.


2018 photos:.  Picnic,  Idaho bike trip, Barlow Road field trip, Barlow Road cleanup, Salem Parks bike ride,  Far West Ski Assoc. Convention,  Mt. High Highway Cleanup, Pizza Party & Club Elections, Timberline Adventures,   Brundage Mt. + Anthony Lakes, Chocolate Party, Safety Award Trip to Telluride, Canada trip, Mt. Baker & Snoqualmie trip, Mt. Hood Museum Happy Hour,  Winter Fair (NWSCC & PACRATs),  First day of the season,  Ski Fever Show

2017 photos,  Winter Fair (NWSCC & PACRATs) , First day of the season,: Mt. Hood Railroad ExcursionMt. High Kickoff Party, Timothy Lake bike ride, History Happy Hour: Flying Buses, Seafood Party, Trillium Lake bike ride , Solar Eclipse, Highway Cleanup , Leif Eriskon Drive bike ride, Timberline to Zig Zag bike ride, Violet climbs Mt. Hood, 2017 FWSA Convention,  Mt. High Social & Elections, Safety boundary signs, Timberline Adventures,  PACRAT Race and Party,  NASTAR National Championships,  Leavenworth trip, Powder Alliance trip to Whitewater, BC, Schweitzer, ID,  Chocolate Party,  Hosting a Chicago Ski Club,  Silver Star, Mystery Trip,  Sundogs & powder at Meadows, Eastern Oregon Hidden gems,: Crowds? What crowds?,  Stormy day turns sunny!,  Weekend att Timberline,  Mid-week Meadows day, Mt. High Kickoff Party, SkiFever Show

2016 photos.  Ski Fair, Kickoff Party, Mt. High Display cabinet at Mt. Hood Museum, George at Whistler, Christmas Ships, Phlox Poit cabin, PACRAT race, Canada trip (Silver Star, Sun Peaks), Chocolate party, Timberline adventures, Little Zig Zag canyon, Crystal Mt. trip, Montana trip, Skibowl, Bike rides, The Dalles, Picnic, Seafood party, NWSCC, PACRAT 101, Warren Miller dinner, Prayer flags on Mt. Hood,Highway cleanup, Ski Fever Show, Debbi at NYC Marathon.

2015 photos. Ski Fair, Kickoff Party, Montana Fam trip. Whitefish trip and Fernie, PACRAT, Rat Attack, 40th anniv. picnic, Naked bike ride, Trillium Lake bike, Timothy Lake bike, Highway cleanup, Chocolate, Pizza, Seafood parties.

2014 photos. Ski Fair, Ski Show, Warren Miller, Seafood, Salmon Headwaters Cleanup, Rafting, Picnic, History bike tour, Bike to Dike, ride, Row River - Dorena Lake, Champoeg, Hy. cleanup, NWSCC 35th anniversary, FWSA Convention in Bend, Silver Falls hike, Timberline adventures, Rat Attack, Chocolate party, Ski the Glade Trail Day, Mt. Bachelor bus trip, North Idaho trip (Schweitzer, Lookout Pass, Silver Mt.) Kickoff party.

2013 photos. Hwy. cleanup, MHSP Ski Swap - Kurt Krueger, FWSA Safety Person of the Year, Picnic & Bike ride, Tunnel Falls hike, Banks-Vernonia bike ride, History bike ride, Frosted Flakes girls poster, Ramona Falls hikr, Timberline sidecountry Zig Zag, Pond skimming, Canada (Whitewater, Red. Mt.) Pizza Party, Utah trip (Powder Mt.),  Hoodoo day trip ,PACRAT Race 3 Skibowl, Cosmic tubing, Skibowl day trip, Chocolate party, Idaho trip, Mt. Hood Meadows day trip, Mt. High Kickoff Party, Ski Fair

2012 photos. Hwy. cleanup, Barlow Road Ride, Rafting, Picnic, Cycle Oregon, Timberline canyons, Newton canyon, Mt. St. Helens, Pizza party, Meadows, ISHA, Bachelor Blast, Mystery trip to Shasta & Ashland, Movie night, Utah Powder Mt., Snowbasin, PACRAT race, Chocolate party, FWSA Jackson Hole, Anthony Lakes, Bib decorating, Washington park hike, Ski Fair, Ski Show. .

2011 photos. Hikes, Golf, Rafting, Cycle Oregon, Cycle Idaho, Highway cleanup, Seafood party, Chocolate party, Life Flight, Scotty & Mer'a wedding, Movie Night, Leavenworth trip, Crystal Mt., Bib decorating party, Rat Attack.

2010 photos. Hope on the Slopes, Fernie trip, Mystery trip to Willamette Pass and Mt. Bachelor, Picnic, Rafting, Hikes, Highway cleanup, NWSCC 30th Anniversary, etc..

2009 photos, Seafood, Golf, Rafting, Ski pole rescue, Steve & Quinn's Wedding, Pond skimming, Heavenly, Crystal, Schweitzer, Bowling, Canada Safari. Hillcrest Race Night.

2008 photos Timberline new lift inauguration, 5th Canadian Ski Safari, PACRAT races, Sunny South Oregon bus trip, Mystery trip to White Pass, 1st Heavenly/Tahoe trip, Rat Attack, Pizza Party, Rafting, Seafood Spectacular at Blaise and Alice's, Salmon River canyon hike, Friend of the Forest cleanup at Meadows

2007 photos 4th Canada safari, Powder Mt., Mission Ridge, Stevens Pass, Ski the Glade Trail, Timberline new trails, Far West races at Bachelor, River Cruise.

2006 photos Next Adventure, Idaho trip, Val d'Isere, Timberline summer, Picnic

2005 photos 3rd Canada safari, Rafting, Picnic, Big Mt., Crystal Mt.;

2004 photos 2nd Canada Safari, Falls Creek hike, Seafood Social;

 

 

 

Total visits from Oct.1, 2005 -- Sept. 30, 2006 was:   923.

Total visits from Oct.1, 2006 -- Sept. 30, 2007 was: 1,373.

Total visits from Oct.1, 2007 -- Sept. 30, 2008 was: 2,807.

Total visits from Oct.1, 2008 -- Sept. 30, 2009 was: 2,581.

Total visits from Oct.1, 2009 -- Sept, 30, 2010 was: 3,644

Total visits from Oct.1, 2010 -- Sept, 30, 2011 was: 2,432

Total visits from Oct.1, 2011 -- Sept, 30, 2012 was: 2,345

Total visits from Oct.1, 2012 -- Sept, 30, 2013 was: 2,554

 

Total visits since Oct. 1, 2013:



Snowvana 


November 19-21, 2021.  (Friday - Sunday)

This year, Snwovana was held at The Convention Center.
After 3 years of existing separately, this year the Ski Fever Show and Snowvana merged into one.  Snowvana has now grown from 2 days to 3 days and it incorporates a large Ski Swap.  The largest retailers in the Portland area had a large presence..  Also, the 3 largest ski areas on Mt. Hood were present, as well as Silver Mountain (Idaho), Hoodoo, and Mt. Ashland. 

 

Knights from Hoodoo
Hoodoo ski area brought in some magic, including knights -- or was it vikings?
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


Yeti
The abominable snowman or Yeti was also brought from Hoodoo
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


Emilio and Hodag
Emilio found Hodag, the legendary creature that roams around Hoodoo.
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


Sasquatch
What would the Northwest be without Bigfoot?  Also found at Hoodoo ski area.
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


Carpet skiing
Kids could try skiing on a carpet.
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


Next Adventure
The Next Adventure store had a large floor space
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


Hillcrest
The Hillcrest Ski & Sports had a large space too.
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


Next Adventure
A different entrance to the Next Adventure space.
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


Dog sledding
Kids could try some dog sledding.
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


Mt. Hood Ski Patrol
Mt. Hood Ski Patrol had its own booth.
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


PACRAT racers
PACRAT Racers had a booth, and they raffled off two pairs of skis.
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


NWSCC booth
Sue Rimkeit and Bill King staffing the NW Ski Club Council booth
representing about 32 clubs in the Northwest
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)


Mt. Hood Meadows
Mt. Hood Meadows made it snow!!!  Kids loved it!
Snowvana     (Photo from Emilio Trampuz)



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2021 Photos:  Kayak Pend Oreille River, Salmon River West Hike, Bike ride & BBQ, Highway cleanup, Trillium Lake bike ride, Mission Ridge ski trip.


2020 Photos:    Seafood Party, Picnic & Bike ride at Clark Park, Tom, Dick, and Harry Hike, Kayaking to theWillamette Falls, The Dalles bike ride & Mosier hike, Kayaking on Estacada Lake, Burnt Lake Trail Hike,  Trillium Lake / Still Creek bike ride, Highway Cleanup, Willapa Hills trail bike ride, Tamanawas Falls hike, Last weekend, Spring Skiin


2019 photos:    Seafood Party, Picnic & Bike ride at Clark Park, Tom, Dick, and Harry Hike, Kayaking to theWillamette Falls, The Dalles bike ride & Mosier hike, Kayaking on Estacada Lake, Burnt Lake Trail Hike,  Trillium Lake / Still Creek bike ride, Highway Cleanup, Willapa Hills trail bike ride, Tamanawas Falls hike, Last weekend, Spring Skiing at Meadows, Timberline side-country, Spring Skiing at Timberline, Bachelor Blast, Mt. Shasta & Mt. Ashland trip, Pizza Party, Ski the Glade Trail Day, King Winter, Bogus Basin / A-Lakes trip, Canada (Silver Star & Big White) trip, Lift Lines at Timberline (Saturday), Mt. Hood Vintage Movie Outtakes, First days at Timberline, First days at Mt. Hood Meadows, Mt. High Kickoff party, Ski Fever Show, Warren Miller movie + dinner.


2018 photos:.  Picnic,  Idaho bike trip, Barlow Road field trip, Barlow Road cleanup, Salem Parks bike ride,  Far West Ski Assoc. Convention,  Mt. High Highway Cleanup, Pizza Party & Club Elections, Timberline Adventures,   Brundage Mt. + Anthony Lakes, Chocolate Party, Safety Award Trip to Telluride, Canada trip, Mt. Baker & Snoqualmie trip, Mt. Hood Museum Happy Hour,  Winter Fair (NWSCC & PACRATs),  First day of the season,  Ski Fever Show

2017 photos,  Winter Fair (NWSCC & PACRATs) , First day of the season,: Mt. Hood Railroad ExcursionMt. High Kickoff Party, Timothy Lake bike ride, History Happy Hour: Flying Buses, Seafood Party, Trillium Lake bike ride , Solar Eclipse, Highway Cleanup , Leif Eriskon Drive bike ride, Timberline to Zig Zag bike ride, Violet climbs Mt. Hood, 2017 FWSA Convention,  Mt. High Social & Elections, Safety boundary signs, Timberline Adventures,  PACRAT Race and Party,  NASTAR National Championships,  Leavenworth trip, Powder Alliance trip to Whitewater, BC, Schweitzer, ID,  Chocolate Party,  Hosting a Chicago Ski Club,  Silver Star, Mystery Trip,  Sundogs & powder at Meadows, Eastern Oregon Hidden gems,: Crowds? What crowds?,  Stormy day turns sunny!,  Weekend att Timberline,  Mid-week Meadows day, Mt. High Kickoff Party, SkiFever Show

2016 photos.  Ski Fair, Kickoff Party, Mt. High Display cabinet at Mt. Hood Museum, George at Whistler, Christmas Ships, Phlox Poit cabin, PACRAT race, Canada trip (Silver Star, Sun Peaks), Chocolate party, Timberline adventures, Little Zig Zag canyon, Crystal Mt. trip, Montana trip, Skibowl, Bike rides, The Dalles, Picnic, Seafood party, NWSCC, PACRAT 101, Warren Miller dinner, Prayer flags on Mt. Hood,Highway cleanup, Ski Fever Show, Debbi at NYC Marathon.

2015 photos. Ski Fair, Kickoff Party, Montana Fam trip. Whitefish trip and Fernie, PACRAT, Rat Attack, 40th anniv. picnic, Naked bike ride, Trillium Lake bike, Timothy Lake bike, Highway cleanup, Chocolate, Pizza, Seafood parties.

2014 photos. Ski Fair, Ski Show, Warren Miller, Seafood, Salmon Headwaters Cleanup, Rafting, Picnic, History bike tour, Bike to Dike, ride, Row River - Dorena Lake, Champoeg, Hy. cleanup, NWSCC 35th anniversary, FWSA Convention in Bend, Silver Falls hike, Timberline adventures, Rat Attack, Chocolate party, Ski the Glade Trail Day, Mt. Bachelor bus trip, North Idaho trip (Schweitzer, Lookout Pass, Silver Mt.) Kickoff party.

2013 photos. Hwy. cleanup, MHSP Ski Swap - Kurt Krueger, FWSA Safety Person of the Year, Picnic & Bike ride, Tunnel Falls hike, Banks-Vernonia bike ride, History bike ride, Frosted Flakes girls poster, Ramona Falls hikr, Timberline sidecountry Zig Zag, Pond skimming, Canada (Whitewater, Red. Mt.) Pizza Party, Utah trip (Powder Mt.),  Hoodoo day trip ,PACRAT Race 3 Skibowl, Cosmic tubing, Skibowl day trip, Chocolate party, Idaho trip, Mt. Hood Meadows day trip, Mt. High Kickoff Party, Ski Fair

2012 photos. Hwy. cleanup, Barlow Road Ride, Rafting, Picnic, Cycle Oregon, Timberline canyons, Newton canyon, Mt. St. Helens, Pizza party, Meadows, ISHA, Bachelor Blast, Mystery trip to Shasta & Ashland, Movie night, Utah Powder Mt., Snowbasin, PACRAT race, Chocolate party, FWSA Jackson Hole, Anthony Lakes, Bib decorating, Washington park hike, Ski Fair, Ski Show. .

2011 photos. Hikes, Golf, Rafting, Cycle Oregon, Cycle Idaho, Highway cleanup, Seafood party, Chocolate party, Life Flight, Scotty & Mer'a wedding, Movie Night, Leavenworth trip, Crystal Mt., Bib decorating party, Rat Attack.

2010 photos. Hope on the Slopes, Fernie trip, Mystery trip to Willamette Pass and Mt. Bachelor, Picnic, Rafting, Hikes, Highway cleanup, NWSCC 30th Anniversary, etc..

2009 photos, Seafood, Golf, Rafting, Ski pole rescue, Steve & Quinn's Wedding, Pond skimming, Heavenly, Crystal, Schweitzer, Bowling, Canada Safari. Hillcrest Race Night.

2008 photos Timberline new lift inauguration, 5th Canadian Ski Safari, PACRAT races, Sunny South Oregon bus trip, Mystery trip to White Pass, 1st Heavenly/Tahoe trip, Rat Attack, Pizza Party, Rafting, Seafood Spectacular at Blaise and Alice's, Salmon River canyon hike, Friend of the Forest cleanup at Meadows

2007 photos 4th Canada safari, Powder Mt., Mission Ridge, Stevens Pass, Ski the Glade Trail, Timberline new trails, Far West races at Bachelor, River Cruise.

2006 photos Next Adventure, Idaho trip, Val d'Isere, Timberline summer, Picnic

2005 photos 3rd Canada safari, Rafting, Picnic, Big Mt., Crystal Mt.;

2004 photos 2nd Canada Safari, Falls Creek hike, Seafood Social;

 

 

 

Total visits from Oct.1, 2005 -- Sept. 30, 2006 was:   923.

Total visits from Oct.1, 2006 -- Sept. 30, 2007 was: 1,373.

Total visits from Oct.1, 2007 -- Sept. 30, 2008 was: 2,807.

Total visits from Oct.1, 2008 -- Sept. 30, 2009 was: 2,581.

Total visits from Oct.1, 2009 -- Sept, 30, 2010 was: 3,644

Total visits from Oct.1, 2010 -- Sept, 30, 2011 was: 2,432

Total visits from Oct.1, 2011 -- Sept, 30, 2012 was: 2,345

Total visits from Oct.1, 2012 -- Sept, 30, 2013 was: 2,554

 

Total visits since Oct. 1, 2013:

 

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