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Student wearing the rescue strop, a rescue device designed for quick rescue from difficult terrain.

Sat., Oct. 26, 2019

[Madrona] Heybrook Lookout Tower & Snohomish County SAR Headquarters Tour

Student wearing the screamer suit, a rescue device designed for rapid extrication by hoist or short haul in a seated position.

Sat., Oct. 26, 2019

[Madrona] Heybrook Lookout Tower & Snohomish County SAR Headquarters Tour

Madrona students heading up the trail towards Heybrook Lookout Tower.

Sat., Oct. 26, 2019

[Madrona] Heybrook Lookout Tower & Snohomish County SAR Headquarters Tour

Finally at the top! Madrona students take their last steps up the trail towards the lookout tower.

Sat., Oct. 26, 2019

[Madrona] Heybrook Lookout Tower & Snohomish County SAR Headquarters Tour

Going up! Students begin the climb up the stairs of the lookout tower.

Sat., Oct. 26, 2019

[Madrona] Heybrook Lookout Tower & Snohomish County SAR Headquarters Tour

Students carefully make their way back down the stairs of Heybrook Lookout Tower.

Sat., Oct. 26, 2019

[Madrona] Heybrook Lookout Tower & Snohomish County SAR Headquarters Tour

Madrona Elementary group photo at the base of Heybrook Lookout Tower.

Sat., Oct. 26, 2019

[Madrona] Heybrook Lookout Tower & Snohomish County SAR Headquarters Tour

The highlight of the weekend was rafting on the White Salmon River with Wet Planet Whitewater (https://wetplanetwhitewater.com/).

Sun., Jun. 9, 2019

[South Shore] Ape Cave and White Salmon River Rafting

On Saturday our first stop of the weekend was Mt St. Helen's Ape Cave.

Sat., Jun. 8, 2019

[South Shore] Ape Cave and White Salmon River Rafting

At the entrance to the Ape Cave.

Sat., Jun. 8, 2019

[South Shore] Ape Cave and White Salmon River Rafting

There are two routes in the Ape Cave. We explored the shorter and easier Lower Cave. The upper cave is longer and more difficult.

Sat., Jun. 8, 2019

[South Shore] Ape Cave and White Salmon River Rafting

The Ape Cave is an ancient lava tube formed long before the 1980 eruption of Mt St Helens.

Sat., Jun. 8, 2019

[South Shore] Ape Cave and White Salmon River Rafting

The Ape Cave is spooky and would be perfect for a Hollywood movie. You expect to run into The Goonies down there.

Sat., Jun. 8, 2019

[South Shore] Ape Cave and White Salmon River Rafting

Walking through the Ape Cave.

Sat., Jun. 8, 2019

[South Shore] Ape Cave and White Salmon River Rafting

The end of the Lower Cave tapers down to a crawl space. That's as far as we went before turning around.

Sat., Jun. 8, 2019

[South Shore] Ape Cave and White Salmon River Rafting

Heading back to the cave's entrance.

Sat., Jun. 8, 2019

[South Shore] Ape Cave and White Salmon River Rafting

Walking back to the entrance of the Ape Cave.

Sat., Jun. 8, 2019

[South Shore] Ape Cave and White Salmon River Rafting

The light at the end of the tunnel.

Sat., Jun. 8, 2019

[South Shore] Ape Cave and White Salmon River Rafting

From the Ape Cave we drove to our camp ground. Along the way we passed the view point at Cape Horn. The Columbia River Gorge is an incredibly beautiful part of the Pacific Northwest.

https://www.wta.org/go-hiking/hikes/cape-horn

Sat., Jun. 8, 2019

[South Shore] Ape Cave and White Salmon River Rafting

We camped at Moss Creek Campground about a half hour drive from White Salmon. It was a nice little campground.

Sat., Jun. 8, 2019

[South Shore] Ape Cave and White Salmon River Rafting