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photo taken 10/03/2017 shows Washington and Oregon sides of the Columbia Gorge.

aerial view: Cascade Locks
Posted on: 10/15/17 10:26 am

A different view of Bridge of the Gods

Bridge of the Gods viewed via recon flight
Posted on: 10/14/17 07:14 pm

Burned and Unburned area

Eagle Creek Fire From Sherrard Point
Posted on: 10/11/17 12:59 pm

Tanner Creek

burning snag on Tanner Creek
Posted on: 10/09/17 09:04 pm

Hazards within the Area Closure

Hazards within the Area Closure 10/08/17
Posted on: 10/08/17 05:55 pm

The BAER geologist discusses the rockfall from steep slopes adjacent to Hwy 30 near Multnomah Falls. Most of the rock along the road has fallen since the fire and has been plowed off the roadway by ODOT.

Rock fall hazard by Highway 30
Posted on: 10/08/17 11:06 am

Rock is sliding across Oneonta Trail near Hwy 30. This is an area with low burn severity, moderate slopes. Loose rock is likely to slide when anyone tries to cross it. Trails on steeper slopes are likely to be more hazar

Oneonta Trail Slides
Posted on: 10/08/17 11:04 am

A fern pushes up through the burned soil surface, showing some healthy roots survived the fire in areas with low burn severity.

Fern Resprout
Posted on: 10/08/17 11:02 am

A view across the Eagle Creek suspension bridge after a support cable pulled free. The bridge and cables hang near the stream. It is proposed for emergency removal before it causes more resource damage.

Eagle Creek Suspension Bridge
Posted on: 10/08/17 10:57 am

 
Looking down at Multnomah Lodge - BAER   BAER team members look down at Multnomah Lodge from the same location as the last photo. Rocks falling down the slope pose a serious hazard to Multnomah Lodge.

Specialists discuss hazards above Multnomah Lodge
Posted on: 10/08/17 10:56 am

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