Cascade Mountains

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a mountain range in the northwestern United States extending through Washington and Oregon and northern California

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The slide in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains along the Stillaguamish River piled mud, rock and debris up to 5 m deep in some places.
Old Joy tells the story of two friends in their early 30s who meet to renew their previous friendship on a camping trip in the gorgeous Cascade Mountains of Oregon, US.
The strawberry grows only in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon, at elevations of between 3,000 and 5,000 feet, (http://www.
Agricultural Research Service scientist Kim Hummer, with the USDA-ARS National Clonal Germplasm Repository at Corvallis, Oregon, found the new species during several plant collection expeditions in the high peaks of Oregon's Cascade Mountains.
United said that the 6,096-square-foot United Club in Seattle features a new interior, offering views of the Cascade Mountains, a refreshed bar and lounge overlooking the United terminal and additional workstations and power outlets.
Most important, perhaps, has been the overall shift in thinking away from general geology and economics and towards tectonics, with much of the volcanic activity east of the Cascade Mountains now being attributed to hot spots or mantle plumes.
The fire has scorched nearly 23,000 acres of rolling hills along the eastern edge of the Cascade Mountains.
Hunting public land near his hometown in the foothills of Oregon's Cascade Mountains, Baillie beat the odds.
The Heritage Trails take you from Stanley Park at the mouth of the Burrard Inle, to the Cascade Mountains above Hope, and through the heart of B.
Here, Gordon documents the return of a wolf pack to the snowy peaks of Washington's Cascade Mountains.
Land of the Lost Wolves BBC1, 9pm Gordon Buchanan presents a two-part programme documenting the return of a wolf pack to the snowy peaks of Washington's Cascade Mountains.
They travelled instead to the Cascade Mountains in Washington where wolves have returned by themselves.
In this two-part wildlife special, the Scottish cameraman travels to Washington State's Cascade Mountains in an attempt to track down wolves who are flourishing in the wild after being driven to the point of extinction.
In February 1910, two trains were swept off the tracks in the Cascade Mountains, killing and injuring passengers and presenting huge challenges to rescue workers.
Even though Whidbey Island was a nice 60 F, we saw plenty of snow on top of the Cascade Mountains, and the freezing level was near 5,000 feet.