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35 Years Later, Where You Can Still See Signs of the Mt. St. Helens Eruption | Travel | Smithsonian

35 Years Later, Where You Can Still See Signs of the Mt. St. Helens Eruption

35 Years Later, Where You Can Still See Signs of the Mt.

Mount St. Helens National Monument, Washington - The West's Top National Monuments - Sunset

Top 9 National Monuments

Helens National Monument, Washington - The West's Top National Monuments - Sunset

Shredded Trees -- 3 decades after Mount St Helens Eruption

SHRED Shredded Trees -- 3 decades after Mount St Helens Eruption

16 Perfect Trails for Exploring Mount St. Helens | Portland Monthly

Whether you& scouting for a family-friendly stroll or a three-day backpacking challenge, we& rounded up the best hiking opportunities on the volcano& west, east, and south sides.

Lake Crescent WA, another great place I camped when I was younger and live in Washington State.

Lake Crescent WA - one of the most beautiful drives I have done (and several times too!

Spirit Lake ~ Mount St. Helens ~ Washington ~ The lake is full of trees/logs from the May 18, 1980 eruption of the volcano.

Mt St Helens - spirit lake - full of trees/logs On May 1980 I watched Mt. St Helens in Washington State Blow her stack. this is what some of the aftermath looked like.

A wrecked logging truck and crawler tractor are shown amidst ash and downed trees near Mount St. Helens on May 20, 1980, two days after an explosive eruption.

A wrecked logging truck and crawler tractor are shown amidst ash and downed trees near Mount St. Helens on May two days after an explosive eruption.

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