Columbia Plateau

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June 6 2023

Columbia Plateau

The Columbia Plateau is a vast geological region located in the Pacific Northwest of the United States, covering parts of Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. It is a region of rolling hills, fertile valleys, and ancient lava flows, with a history stretching back millions of years. Notable peaks in the area include Mount Hood, Mount Adams, and Mount Rainier, with the highest peak being Mount Rainier at 14,411 feet. The Columbia River runs through the plateau, providing important hydrological features and recreational opportunities. The Snake River is also a significant river in the region, and it flows through Hells Canyon, the deepest canyon in North America. The Columbia Plateau was formed by a series of volcanic eruptions and has a unique geological history that includes the Missoula Floods, which carved out the landscape over 10,000 years ago. Today, the area is home to agriculture, wineries, and outdoor recreation opportunities.

Peak Elevation
Eagle Cap 9595
Canyon Mountain 7999
Fields Peak 7362
Red Mountain 5890
Matterhorn 9826
Sacajawea Peak 9838
China Cap 8656
Strawberry Mountain 9038
Mount Fanny 7136
Ironside Mountain 7811
Table Rock 3890
Meadow Mountain 7825
Vinegar Hill 8131
Petes Point 9675

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