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McCall Point

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

View to Lyle while ascending McCall Point (bobcat)
The view from McCall Point westward down the Gorge (Steve Hart)
Sticky-stem penstemon - darker version (Penstemon glandulosus var. chelanensis), McCall Point (bobcat)


McCall Point is a high free-standing peak between Hood River and The Dalles. Rising high above the Rowena Plateau, McCall Point offers a great view in all directions including the Columbia River, the town of Lyle, Washington, Mount Hood, Mount Adams and a plethora of transportation activities played out by ants far below.

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