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 Post subject: Dog Mountain & Mosier Plateau
 Post Posted: July 11th, 2017, 11:58 am 
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These hikes I did back in early June and I finally got around to editing the photos and videos I took.

I did the Mosier Plateau Trail when I was driving through the gorge and needed a nice little break. It was not during full bloom, but it's a really nice hike and some of the flowers were out.

For Dog Mountain we stayed at a camp near by and got up really early to get a parking spot. The bloom this year was really spectacular! It was pretty windy and foggy at the top, but there were a few breaks in the fog to see the views.

More photos on my blog: https://boredomtheadventure.wordpress.com/





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