Boy Scout Ridge (Original Hand-pulled Linocut)

Boy Scout Ridge (Original Hand-pulled Linocut)


This print is from one of my favorite hikes in the summer and winter! This route climbs the west shoulder of White River Canyon, known as Boy Scout Ridge. In summer, the ridge forms the route of the Pacific Crest Trail from Barlow Pass to Timberline Lodge. In winter, the snowshoe version of this hike begins along the White River, and climbs 1,800 feet to a soaring overlook of the White River Canyon and Mount Hood. The trail is dominated by old-growth mountain hemlock and silver fir, lupine and huckleberry bushes. I highly recommend this to anyone wanting a moderate hike in Mt Hood wilderness.

The image size is 5in x 7in
The paper size in 7in x 9in
The edition size is 20 prints

This print will be sandwiched in cardboard and tucked into a bubble mailer for safe transport.

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