LOST-30 Now that's a Rockslide!
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Incredible rockslide here. Glad that I wasn't here when it happened. Take some time here to explore, or just go for the cache. Cache container is Lock&Lock with toys and SWAG.
Here we go on the Lost Lake Loop. The road takes you to the lake itself, or you can continue on with the series and drive on Lake Branch Rd, which will return you to Lost Lake Rd further down the hill. Enjoy this little run, and take time to explore the area. Many sights to see up here.
Are you ready to fill your Fizzy chart? Here's is a linked series that will help you do so. Brought to you by your friends Team ESP, and Team ALE, we are giving you an opportunity to cache two states and every possible Difficulty/Terrain combo while enjoying the beautiful countryside that the East end of the Columbia River Gorge provides.
Park and Grabs, we got 'em. Climbing and Paddling, got 'em. Challenging hides, steep scrambles, got 'em. A multitude of different containers, with differing styles of Camoflage, got 'em. In fact, if we are not able to provide one of the best well rounded experiences that you have ever had, then we have not done our job.
So, what are you waiting for?
Come FILL YOUR FIZZY!
The Linked series are as Follows.
Cook Underwood Road (CU1-CU133)
Lower Hood River Valley (LV1-LV30)
Upper Hood River Valley (UV1-UV40)
The Cooper Spur Adventure Series (CSA1-CSA25)
The Eastside through Middle Mountain (H1-H100)
Fir Mountain Road-Huskey Road (HS1-HS68)
Mosier Creek (MC1-MC???)
The Westside (WS1-WS99)
Surveyor's Ridge Run (SR 1-61)
Red Hill Ramble (RH1-RH190)
Lolo Pass (LP1-LP100)
Lost Lake Loop (LOST1-LOST???)
And the Columbia River herself.
Got a half day? Pick part of the run off.
Got a weekend? Bet you can get a bunch.
Spend a week, fill your Fizzy.
Or move out here, and you can help us hide.
A Well Rounded Series from Team ESP/ALE.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum