Mount Hood

Mount Hood


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Mount Hood is in the Cascade Range in the northwest of Oregon. It is 3,424 m (11,235 feet) high, making it the highest point in the state. Mount Hood is at the center of Mount Hood National Forest. The mountain is a symmetrical, dormant volcano with glaciers and forested lower slopes. It is a popular mountain-climbing and skiing center.

Mount Hood is 80 km east of Portland, 115 km northeast of Salem and 3720 km west of Washington D.C.


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