1. Mt. Hood History R11 Barlow Road Tollgate


    from Emilio Trampuz Added 58 0 0

    Barlow Road was a toll road for almost 70 years, from 1846 to 1915. The toll gate was located in 5 different locations over the course of that time. The last location was about 1 mile east of Rhododendron…

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    • Mt. Hood History R2 Kiwanis Camp Rd.


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      When the modern highway 26 was built in the late 1950s, between Portland and Government Camp, the new road cut through the old Mt. Hood highway in two places, so Kiwanis Camp Rd today dead ends not…

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      • Mt. Hood History R5 Pioneer Woman's Grave


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        Lots of people died on the Oregon Trail. They died of diseases, food poisoning, physical accidents, and many other causes. Just 3 miles east of Government Camp, a woman pioneer died on her way to…

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        • Mt. Hood History R3 Silent Rock & Map Turn


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          Even the relatively new highway 26 at Mt. Hood, Oregon, has its own history and local lore. Just 4 or 5 miles west of Government Camp, there are two points of interest: 1. Silent Rock (where everyone…

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