Mount Adams


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Noun1.Mount Adams - a mountain peak in southwestern Washington in the Cascade Range (12,307 feet high)Mount Adams - a mountain peak in southwestern Washington in the Cascade Range (12,307 feet high)
Evergreen State, WA, Washington - a state in northwestern United States on the Pacific
Cascade Mountains, Cascade Range, Cascades - a mountain range in the northwestern United States extending through Washington and Oregon and northern California; a part of the Coast Range
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The Modern Catholic Pilgrim also offers help to those interested in transportation to Immaculata Church in Cincinnati, where praying while climbing the steps to the church atop Mount Adams has long been a popular devotion.
Located in the southwest of Washington state, the main Cascade arc of volcanoes (formed by the subduction of the Juan de Fuca Plate beneath North America over the past 40 million years) is a fairly straight line featuring such peaks as Mount Adams, Mount Rainer and Goat Rocks.
Wilcox of Mount Adams Landing on the White River became a household name in the waterfowling community not only for the hordes of ducks hunters were sure to harvest on his property but the extremes to which he went to ensure ducks stayed on his property.
Caption: Mount Adams (background) has an obvious heat source, but Mount St.
Obsidians: Mount Adams. 14 miles, 6,700 feet of elevation gain.
The Naches and its tributaries drain a portion of the eastern side of the Cascade Range, east of Mount Rainier and northeast of Mount Adams. In terms of discharge, the Naches River is the largest tributary of the Yakima River.
This is a desirable location situated directly across from the Cincinnati Reds stadium, with views of the Ohio River, Cincinnati skyline and Mount Adams.
He related to Zahnie how he had told Bob about logging threats on Mount Adams, and how Bob had said that all of us who love wilderness must band together and fight wherever and whenever wilderness is attacked.
Both wanderers, restless seekers, often loners, one ending on Mount Adams, his ashes spread by mother, father, sisters, and Kim; and the other a successful author, teacher, poet, and father.
The area boasts 300 days of sunshine a year and views of Mount Adams, but Mr.
Helens and Mount Adams presiding over the landscape, as human service lawyers from around the nation gathered on Dec.