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Barlow Ridge Summit

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Mt. Hood from the Barlow Ridge Summit (bobcat)

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The highest point on Barlow Ridge, at 5,175 feet, is about 100 feet higher than Barlow Butte itself. From the meadow just north of here, you can get restricted views to the north and east. The Barlow Butte Trail drops off this summit area to the right between two small cairns.

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