|Range Type||Politically-defined sub-range|
|Highest Point||Mount Hood (11,239 ft/3426 m)|
|Countries||United States |
|Area||20,266 sq mi / 52,490 sq km|
Area may include lowland areas
|Extent||266 mi / 428 km North-South|
129 mi / 208 km East-West
|Center Lat/Long||43° 48' N; 122° 5' W|
|Map Link||Microsoft Bing Map|
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The Oregon Cascades are a wide swath of forested hills and low summits dominated by several volcanic cones towering into the sky. Mounts Hood, Jefferson, the Sisters, Thielsen, Crater Lake, McLoughlin, and a few lower, more-eroded volcanoes are so prominent that the remainder of the Oregon Cascades are almost an afterthought. Washington's North Cascades have an impressive array of high, jagged non-volcanic peaks to complement their volcanoes, but Oregon follows the pattern established in far southern Washington, where volcanoes are king and the remainder is largely logged-over foothills.
|Map of Oregon Cascades|
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|Other Ranges: To go to pages for other ranges either click on the map above, or on range names in the hierarchy snapshot below, which show the parent, siblings, and children of the Oregon Cascades.|
|Cascade Range||Level 3 (Parent)|
|         North Cascades||Level 4 (Sibling)|
|         South Washington Cascades||Level 4 (Sibling)|
|         Oregon Cascades||Level 4|
|                 Mount Hood Area||Level 5 (Child)|
|                 Mount Jefferson Area||Level 5 (Child)|
|                 Santiam Pass Area||Level 5 (Child)|
|                 Sisters Area||Level 5 (Child)|
|                 Willamette Pass Area||Level 5 (Child)|
|                 Crater Lake Area||Level 5 (Child)|
|                 Southern Oregon Cascades||Level 5 (Child)|
|         California Cascades||Level 4 (Sibling)|
Major Peaks of the Oregon Cascades
Photos of Peaks in the Oregon Cascades
|Mount Hood: The conical form of Mount Hood towers above the Timberline Lodge area.|
|Mount Jefferson: The stunning and precipitous summit pinnacle of Mount Jefferson in Oregon.|
|Mount Thielsen: Mount Thielsen is one of the "pointiest" mountains in the world, but the firm rock of the summit pinnacle makes it an easy climb.|
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