Peak(s):  Mt. Hood - 11,239 feet
Post Date:  06/16/2011
Date Climbed:   06/09/2011
Posted By:  taylorzs

 On top of Oregon   

Here is a trip report from my recent climb and snowboard descent of Mt. Hood in Oregon.

Mt. Hood trip report


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  • Comments or Questions

Rails and Tables     06/16/2011 19:54
with packs on!? Thats freaking awesome! nice work


Very nice!     06/16/2011 20:53
I like the route switch up by getting a head start away from the crowds at the bottom. Hoping I enjoy similar views next week!

Congrats on the trip, these TR's have been fun to read. Looks like a great time.


job well done     06/16/2011 21:24
Nice work on a finely planned and orchestrated trip. 2 weeks is a solid timeframe given the weather patterns out there. Enjoyed reading all of these, much more so than Quandary East Ridge Report #2,105,146. Cascades are an otherworldly experience


Way To Go!     06/17/2011 00:56
Zach, I met and climbed with you last summer on N Maroon - my brother, sister-in-law and I met you at the base of the second gully? I've been following your TRs and you rock, man - congratulations on all your recent climbs!


Thanks     06/19/2011 02:03
JohnWilliams- The rails and table were a novelty thing. Not to often you can ride down a peak and come into a gigantic terrain park at a ski area below you. It was pretty funny riding through the park at the end of the day. Glad you liked that addition to the tr.

Theodore- good luck on the climb!

lordhelmut-The Cascades are on otherworldy experience. They are amazing mountains. Yeah, I would not go back to the Cascades without planning for atleast 2 weeks again. Im thinking Garibaldi, Shukson, Baker, and maybe Wash pass next time??? Looks like you have been getting some skiing in too this season. I enjoyed reading about some of your recent adventures in the Gore and Elk.

sarahw- Yeah i remember you from N Maroon. Good to hear from you! It was fun climbing with you guys last summer.

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