Riding Mt St. Helens

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    09-02-2010, 11:12 AM
Riding Mt St. Helens

We just returned from a week plus trip around the western and southern sides of Mt Adams, venturing to some of the more popular campgrounds and one a little more remote but perhaps even more impressive than the rest.

The trip started at the Kamala Horse Camp where we spent three days riding the varied paths that make up the trail system there. From low level, flat, trails going to Kalama Falls and passing by, and over, ancient lava beds to the Cinnamon trail which follows a ridge top that overlooks the Kalama River Valley, McBride Lake, and offers spectacular views of Mt St. Helens.

The trails here are all wonderfully maintained and the camp itself is just outstanding. Its the only horse camp that weve been to where we could roll out of bed in the AM and pick huckleberries for pancakes!
As always, for more pictures and information on this and other great destinations visit www.TrailMeister.com for a free printable trail map, trailhead driving directions, camp details, and trail video.

Ill post trip reports on the other stops of the trip soon. Were heading to Haney Meadow over Labor Day to wrap up collecting data for that area. Have a great weekend!

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