Cascade Range

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

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Mount Rainier is in the Cascade Mountain Range near Tacoma, Washington.
The Cascade mountain range in the Pacific Northwest is an area which has been volcanically active for about 40 Ma.
With more than 500 daily flights, Portland International Airport is easily accessible to travelers and, for those who can stay awhile, Portland is the perfect central location from which to tour the rugged coastlines of Oregon and Washington, the spectacular Cascade mountain range, or the Willamette Valley's wine country.
The Cascade mountain range is east of the city, and the Olympic Mountains are to the west.
The 10-day trip begins on the train, which takes tourists from Portland, to Seattle, traveling through the Columbia River Gorge, Glacier National Park and the Cascade Mountain Range.
The village is set in the Cascade mountain range, two hours northeast of Seattle.
Geological Survey (USGS) are using radar and aerial photographs to measure the amount of snow and ice resting on other volcanos in the Cascade mountain range.
PGE first began developing Cascade Crossing in response to an order issued by the Oregon Public Utility Commission in 2004 directing PGE to work with BPA and others to develop transmission capacity over the Cascade Mountain Range.
With nearly 4,000 megawatts of generation, PG&E has the largest privately owned hydroelectric system in the nation, stretching from the Southern Cascade Mountain Range south along the Sierra-Nevada Mountains to Bakersfield.
com) is a full-service resort community located in Klamath Falls in the heart of Southern Oregon's Cascade Mountain range.
Answer: I presume you saw the Three Sisters, about 70 miles away, in the Cascade Mountain Range.
Its main dining room was constructed on pilings over Commencement Bay, overlooking enduring Mount Rainier and the Cascade Mountain Range views.
About one-third of Bond's suggested scrambles are located in the Cascade mountain range.
Nestled between Lake Washington and the Cascade Mountain Range, the hotel is part of The Bellevue Collection, the Northwest's leading shopping, dining and entertainment destination, and offers premier services and amenities to both business and leisure travelers.