A round-trip day hike in the Waldo Lake Wilderness. The trail passes through thick forest and rich vegetation where bear grass, rhododendrons, and lilies are common. Peak season for rhododendrons is sometime between mid-June and mid-July. From the 6,357-foot peak there are views of mounts Hood and Jefferson, the Three Sisters, and many other Cascade peaks. Special attractions: Rhododendrons and Washington lilies; terrific views.
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