Situated in the far northeastern corner of Linn County, OR, Mt. Jefferson towers above a rugged wilderness and is one of the hardest to reach volcanoes in the Cascades. 105 miles from civilization, Jefferson flaunts a glacially scarred appearance and is known to be especially beautiful and photogenic. Next time you're shredding Mt. Hood, look up get stoked on on the the best views that summer skiing has to offer.
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Our trip to Mt. Baker is not an annual one. No, the last trip we took to this Northwestern nook was in December 2012. The inspiration to make the previous trip in 2012 and the 14 hour drive from SLC to … Continued