Gorge of the Columbia River. This is cut through a great lava plateau of tertiary age, which extends over the greater part of eastern Oregon and southeastern Washington. Mt. Adams in the distance is a volcanic peak 12,470 feet in height. View from St. Peter's Dome, thirty miles from Portland, looking East
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