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Tom Peak

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Campfire with a view, Tom Peak (bobcat)


Tom Peak, the easternmost prominence on Tom Dick and Harry Mountain, offers expansive views north to the south face of Mount Hood, with Mount Adams on its left shoulder. Mount Saint Helens and Mount Rainier can also be seen, and there’s a view down to Comerford Lake on the bench below. Also below is the cirque that holds the Ski Bowl area, with Government Camp on the other side of Highway 26.

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