Silver Lake Resort

Address: 3201 Spirit Lake Hwy, Silverlake, Washington, 98645, United States | Lodge
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    Hike on Johnson's Ridge to View Mount St Helens

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Aug 23, 2014

    95 photos

    ... was not happy, but the coffee was really terribly weak.

    The hiking wasn't too difficult until we got to the steep slope where you had to go around carefully where some gravel had washed down the slope. Brenda was uncomfortable with this bit so she didn't pursue and Lolita had no burning desire to do it either so I followed Candae to the uppermost viewpoint on Johnson Ridge (or so ...

    Majestic Mt. Ranier

    A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Aug 09, 2014

    7 photos

    Monday August 4, 2014

    A blueberry muffin and a cup of coffee, and we were ready to head up route 12 to Mt. Ranier National Park. Forests of old patriarch cedars, the trunks bigger than what I could hug, towered far into the sky blocking out the sun and shading the pavement. Their trunks were speckled with furry patches of olive colored moss. As the road climbed, we were treated to peeks of Mt. Ranier through ...

    Vancouver! Vancouver! This is it!

    A travel blog entry by farnie10 on Oct 13, 2013

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... more than 9,000 miles Tonka had navigated past volcanoes, ice caves, glaciers, geysers, waterfalls, meteor craters, canyons, deserts, salt flats and floodplains. Surely there are few places in the World where you can get such a wide-ranging demonstration that we live on an active planet. Together with the World's largest and tallest trees, the World's highest concentration of geysers and 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites it had been quite ...

    Mount St. Helen's

    A travel blog entry by carol_fred on Sep 07, 2013

    21 photos

    ... for a long time, and finally there was a huge landslide as the face of the mountain slid off. The dirt and rocks flowed down the mountain taking out trees and everything else in its way. Next, with the weight of all that dirt and rock gone, there was a horrific gas eruption. This added a burning wind and tons of ash to the devastation. Finally, with all the heat from ...

    Kaboom

    A travel blog entry by musictechqueen on Aug 28, 2013

    9 photos

    ... million m3 of sediment. However, additional debris flows from Mount St. Helens plus sediment from storm-related riverbank failures quickly filled the basin. It was nearly full by 2012, and large amounts of sediment overflowed the SRS and continued downstream. Check out the aerial photo.

    In June 2012, the Corps proposed raising the dam's spillway by 3.0 m to increase the ability of the SRS to ...