"Jefferson Park"

The glaciated valley of Jefferson Park is perhaps the most often photographed wildflower bloom in Oregon's Cascade range, and for good reason.  During the best few weeks of summer, the number of paintbrush and lupine flowers is staggering, second only to the vast number of misquitos who call this place home.  Nonetheless, visits to this area are well worth the inconvenience, and the views are unforgettable.

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