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For further information, contact: Tillamook OPRD Office, 2505 Highway 101 North, Suite A, Tillamook, OR 97141, (503) 8425501. Fort Clatsop National Memorial Location: 5 miles southwest of Astoria, off US 101. In 1805-6, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark wintered at Fort Clatsop after their trail-blazing journey from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean. Their expendition across the North American continent (between the Spanish possessions on the south and British Canada to the north) provided the first detailed knowledge of the American Northwest.
People are warned not to attempt this climb unless they are in good shape and sure-footed, because conditions above the timberline are very hazardous. On a clear day, hikers to this point can see 50 miles of the Oregon and Washington coastlines, as well as Mt. Hood, Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Rainier. This mountain top was a refuge for plants during the Ice Age, and it remains the only habitat in the Coast Range for more than 300 species of flora. The wildflower display here between May and August is nationally famous.
The trail that returns to the parking area runs along the southern edge of the headland. Benches en route allow one to rest while enjoying a seascape that includes the town of Oceanside and the Three Arch Rocks National Wildlife Refuge. This is one of Oregon's largest sea bird colonies, home to common murres, tufted puffins, cormorants and gulls. The eastern end of Tillamook Bay offers good paddling and wildlife viewing. You'll see hang-gliders over the Cape, as nearby Maxwell Mountain affords great opportunities to lift off from 500 feet.