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Alki Point

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Mt. Adams and Mt. Rainier from Alki Point (Tom Kloster)
October 21, 2006 Mt. Saint Helens Eruption from Alki Point "(Tom Kloster)"



Alki Point is a huge talus slope located on the Old Vista Ridge Trail, just east of Owl Point. Views from Alki Point extend north to Mount Rainier, and east into the lower Hood River Valley and Columbia Gorge. Alki is a Klickitat word that means "hope for the future".

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