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  • Title: Cowlitz County Tourism
    Descriptive info: .. Welcome.. Home Page.. About Us.. Contact Us.. Newsletter Signup.. Regional Contacts.. Site Contributors.. Plan Your Trip.. Activities Map.. Cell Phone Coverage.. Events Festivals.. Get Packing.. Relaxation.. Bed Breakfasts.. Dining.. Microbrews.. Spas.. Wineries.. Route Maps.. Travelling.. Things To Do.. Cultural Adventures.. Agritourism/Farms.. Art Galleries.. Historic Downtowns.. Mirobreweries.. Museums.. Native American.. Primates.. Theaters.. Twilight.. Fair Rodeo.. Outdoors.. Archery.. Biking.. Camping.. Climbing.. Cowlitz Black Bears.. Disc Golf.. Fishing.. Geocaching.. Golf.. Gun Range.. Heli Tours.. Hiking.. Horseback.. Hunting.. Parks.. Prospecting.. Racing.. Seasonal Fun.. Water Recreation.. Wildlife.. Zip Lining.. Seasonal.. Shopping.. Antiques.. Malls.. Visitor Centers.. Destinations.. Communities.. Castle Rock.. Cougar.. Kalama.. Kelso.. Longview.. Mt St Helens.. Toutle.. Woodland.. Places.. Bigfoot Trek.. Microbreweries.. Primate Sanctuary.. Mtn  ...   RV Campgrounds.. Brochures.. Links.. Cowlitz County.. County Fair.. Event Center.. Hoffstadt Bluffs.. Meeting Venues.. Conference Center.. Kelso Red Lion.. Other Meeting Facilities.. Rodeo.. QUICK LINKS.. Outdoor Activities.. Cultural.. Weather Forecast.. Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames.. We invite you to discover the magic of Mount St.. Helens and Southwest Washington on your next vacation!.. LEARN, GROW, EXPLORE.. FROM RODEOS TO FAIRS MORE!.. COME EXPLORE MAKE MEMORIES.. EXPLORE NATURE, VISIT LOCAL AREAS.. THEATERS, GALLERIES MORE.. COME FIND A PLACE TO REST.. home.. | 2013 Cowlitz County Tourism - All Rights Reserved | 360.. 577.. 3137 -tel |.. newsletter unsubscribe.. | site by.. webeziner..

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  • Title: Cowlitz County Tourism - About Cowlitz County
    Descriptive info: About.. Cowlitz County Gateway to Mount St.. Helens.. Cowlitz County is home to approximately 101,996 residents, roughly 56 percent of whom live in the incorporated cities of Castle Rock, Kelso, Longview, Kalama, and Woodland.. The remaining 44 percent live in rural, unincorporated communities such as Ryderwood, Toutle, Yale, Silver Lake, Lexington, Ariel and Cougar.. The county covers 1,144 square miles within the southwestern region of Washington.. Once known as the “Timber Capital of the World,” Cowlitz County is home to Douglas fir, hemlock and western cedar trees that cover much of its rugged terrain.. The county still produces a  ...   transportation corridors – including Interstate 5, the Columbia River and a major rail line – have allowed area businesses to access markets throughout the world.. Following the 1980 eruption of Mount St.. Helens, tourism expanded rapidly and is now a major industry in Cowlitz County.. Following is a list of some of the activities offered in Cowlitz County:.. OUTDOORS.. CULTURAL.. SHOPPING.. Antiquing.. Arts.. Black Bears Baseball.. Big Foot.. Farms.. Historic Downtown.. Helicopter Tours.. Twilight - Kalama.. Horseback Riding.. RELAXATION.. Wildlife Viewing.. Winter Activities.. | 2014 Cowlitz County Tourism - All Rights Reserved | site by.. | 360.. privacy.. |..

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  • Title: Cowlitz County Tourism
    Descriptive info: How to Reach Us:.. Cowlitz County Tourism.. 1900 7th Avenue,.. Longview, WA 98632.. 360.. 3137.. View Larger Map..

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  • Title: Cowlitz County Tourism - Email - Newsletter Signup
    Descriptive info: Newsletter.. Be included in our fantastic emails and newsletters! Complete the form below to be included.. To unsubscribe.. click here.. Newsletter Signup Form.. Fields marked with.. *.. are mandatory.. Full Name.. Email Address.. Telephone Number.. Your Message.. To help prevent automated spam, please answer this question.. Using only numbers, what is 10 plus 15?.. Click here for Monthly Newsletter..

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  • Title: Cowlitz County Tourism
    Descriptive info: Regional.. Contacts.. Following are Regional Contacts For Your Convenience.. Chambers of Commerce.. Local Communities.. Kelso Longview.. USFS – Mt St Helens Natl.. Volcanic Monumen.. t.. Cowlitz County Historical Museum.. Woodland Historical Museum.. National Volcanic Monument Headquarters.. Johnston Ridge Observatory.. Science Learning Center at Coldwater.. Regional Development.. Newspapers.. Cowlitz County Government.. Cowlitz Economic Development Council.. Cowlitz County Event Center..  ...   The Daily News.. Valley Bugler.. Farmers Markets.. Fishing and Forestry.. Cowlitz Community Farmers' Market.. Kelso Bridge Market.. Longview Saturday Market.. Fishing Report for Southwest Washington.. Gifford Pinchot - Recreational Opportunities.. Discover Pass - Auth.. Licensed Sales Locations.. Ports.. Lewis Clark.. Seaquest.. Woodland City Parks.. Paradise Point.. Other Cowlitz County Parks.. Port of Longview.. Port of Kalama.. Port of Woodland..

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  • Title: Cowlitz County Tourism - Site Contributors
    Descriptive info: CONTRIBUTORS.. Many Amazing, Talented People Have Contributed To This Site.. This page is dedicated to them!.. Melody Kranz.. Storytelling Photography.. Bob Katherine Appling, Cascade Pack and Paddle, LLC.. Karl Girardi Photography.. -.. (c) 2013 Karl Girardi Photography - All Rights Reserved - For Reprints Please go to:.. http://kdgphoto.. smugmug.. com.. to request Prints, Reproduction/Use Permissions.. JJ Burke.. Vivian Mosby.. Lisa Nathan Photography.. Bella Wood Photography.. Brian Hall.. Nitin Kansal -.. Website.. Jim Lemonds..

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  • Title: Cowlitz County Tourism
    Descriptive info: Come explore our Interactive Activities Map and discover what Cowlitz County has in store for you! Click Image Boxes for Information on Each Activity.. Driving Times(Hours: Minutes).. Ape Cave.. Lava Canyon.. Pine Creek Info Station.. Windy Ridge.. Randle.. Mt.. St.. Helens.. Visitor Center.. Coldwater Lake.. Johnston Ridge.. Observatory.. N/A.. 0:15.. 0:30.. 1:45.. 1:30.. 2:30.. 2:45.. 0:45.. 2:00.. 3:00.. Pine Creek Info.. Station.. 1:15.. 3:45.. 4:00.. Helens Visitor Center.. 1:00.. Recreation Area.. Portland/ Vancouver.. 2:15.. Seattle.. 3:30.. 3:15.. Carson.. Rainier Natl.. Park..

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  • Title: Cowlitz County Tourism - Plan Your Trip
    Descriptive info: Cell Coverage.. Cell Phone Coverage Areas.. Please remember that Mt.. Helens is located in a remote area of southwestern Washington.. There are no cell phone towers within the Monument or the Gifford Pinchot National Forest.. Even at lower altitudes, reception may or may not work depending on the time of day, your location on the volcano, variable weather conditions and the cell network you use.. Do not consider a cell phone a substitute for adequate preparedness.. • If you have an emergency and need assistance: Try a text.. Because the data is routed differently, often  ...   via text.. However, if you can text to another party that you need assistance, they can call 9-1-1 for you.. • If you must text someone to call 9-1-1, be aware that calls are routed to the nearest PSAP (Public Safety Answering Point).. If you do not know anyone in the area where you are traveling, there may be a delay in getting the call to the right dispatch center.. • Keep in mind during a major disaster it is possible that even with cell phone reception, cell services may be unavailable.. Carrier.. JRO.. Available.. Limited..

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  • Title: Cowlitz County Tourism
    Descriptive info: Events.. Festivals.. Something Happening Throughout the Year.. Cowlitz County has a wide array of Events Festivals to appeal to all sorts of interests.. From Performing Arts to Art Shows, Rodeos, and much more!.. | 2013 Cowlitz County Tourism - All Rights Reserved | site by..

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  • Title: Cowlitz County Tourism - Get Packing
    Descriptive info: Get Packing!.. Packing and Planning for an adventure in Cowlitz County, can often be a challenge.. Following are suggested items to bring for your trip.. How to Dress For Winter Weather in the Pacific Northwest.. Layers…Layers…Layers… What a difference the right clothing can make.. The weather may be cold, windy and wet, but you're warm and dry because you're wearing authentic winter apparel.. Whether you're skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing or just running errands, versatile winter apparel is worth the investment.. Shopping for winter clothing can seem a bit overwhelming.. New fabrics and insulations are constantly making apparel warmer, more breathable and more waterproof.. Fashions seem to change by the season.. But don't worry.. This guide is designed to give you some basic information about dressing for winter and will make your next shopping trip a lot easier.. Layer Up: Proper winter dressing means three layers: wicking, insulating and protection.. Find out what kind of clothing is best for each.. Accessorize: What to wear on your head, eyes, hands and feet.. Tips: How to get the best clothing fit, and what not to wear in the snow.. Layer Up.. The best way to dress for winter is to wear layers.. This gives you flexibility to add or remove layers, depending on the weather and your activity.. In general, the three main layers are wicking, insulating and weather protection.. Wicking layer:.. This is the layer worn next to your skin, usually consisting of long underwear.. Look for thermal underwear made of a synthetic fiber, usually polyester fiber that has "wicking" power.. This means the fibers will wick (move) moisture away from your skin and pass it through the fabric so it will evaporate.. This keeps you warm, dry and comfortable.. Silk is also a good, natural fabric that has wicking abilities.. Even though it's cold, you will sweat, especially if you are cross country skiing or snowshoeing.. Insulating layer:.. This middle layer includes sweaters, sweatshirts, vests and pullovers.. The purpose of this layer is to keep heat in and cold out, which is accomplished by trapping air between the fibers.. Popular insulation materials include:.. Fleece, a synthetic material which maintains its insulating ability even when wet and spreads the moisture out so it dries quickly.. Wool, which naturally wicks away moisture.. Protection layer: The exterior layer, generally a shell and pants, serves as your guard against the elements of winter.. It should repel water from snow, sleet or rain and block the wind, while also letting perspiration evaporate.. Most genuine winter shells and pants are made waterproof and breathable to some extent by using tightly woven fabrics teamed with a coating or laminate.. This keeps moisture on the outside but allows perspiration  ...   mask is a must on cold days.. Sunglasses and goggles:.. Sunglasses do much more than make you look cool.. They also protect your eyes from damaging solar radiation.. Snow, or any other reflective surface, makes ultraviolet (UV) rays stronger, while increased altitude also magnifies the danger.. On flat-light days or when it's snowing, goggles are vital.. They protect your eyes and special lens colors increase the contrast so you can properly discern terrain features.. Gloves and mittens:.. Look for gloves and mittens that use waterproof, breathable fabrics.. Mittens, in general, are warmer than gloves, but offer you less dexterity.. Consider the type of activity you'll be doing.. Snowboarding gloves and mittens often have a reinforced palm because of extra wear from adjusting bindings and balancing on the snow.. Some snowboarding gloves and mittens also have built-in wrist guards, which are excellent for novice snowboarders.. Cross country skiing gloves tend to be lighter-weight for extra movement and because you perspire more.. Socks:.. One pair of light-weight or medium-weight socks works best for skiing, snowboarding or snowshoeing.. Socks are made from a variety of materials, including polyester, silk, wool and nylon.. Some socks have wicking properties similar to long underwear, meaning your feet will stay dry and comfortable.. Tips.. The wicking layer should fit snugly (not tight) next to the skin in order to effectively wick moisture.. Comfort is key for the insulating layer.. It should be loose enough to trap air between layers, but not so bulky that it restricts movement.. Whether you hike, snow-shoe, ski, snowboard or mountain climb, your protection layer should fit comfortably, offering you maximum range of motion.. Look for 100 percent UV protection in sunglasses.. Make sure the glasses fit snugly behind your ears and rest gently on the bridge of your nose.. Goggles should form an uninterrupted seal on your face, extending above your eyebrows and below your cheekbones.. Watch for gaps, especially around your nose.. Don't buy gloves or mittens that are too tight.. There should be a little air space at the tips of your fingers, which acts as additional insulation.. Don't wear jeans or street pants.. Denim is not waterproof, so water will soak through and you'll end up cold, wet and miserable.. Cotton is a no-no.. Cotton is great for towels, because cotton soaks up and retains moisture.. That's precisely why cotton is all wrong for on-slope apparel.. It absorbs moisture (sweat and snow), and retains it.. When the wind blows,.. you will get very, very cold.. Don't wear cotton athletic socks, cotton jeans, cotton sweatshirts, or cotton T-shirts.. Resist the temptation of putting on too many pairs of socks.. You'll restrict circulation and actually cause your feet to get colder..

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  • Title: Cowlitz County Tourism - Things to Do
    Descriptive info: B B.. Cowlitz County B B.. Name.. Address.. City.. Rooms.. Pets.. Tel.. Blue Heron Chateau.. 2846 Spirit Lake Hwy.. 7.. No.. 274.. 9595.. Essence of Health Retreat.. 197 Stankey Road.. 2.. 7166.. Empress Estate at Woodland.. 460 Empress Lane.. 5.. 225.. 5555.. Lewis River B B.. 2339 Lewis River Rd.. 8630.. Monfort's B B.. 132 Cougar Loop Rd.. Ph.. 238.. 5229.. Mount St.. Helens B B.. 137 Rockford Rd.. 3.. 5160.. Rutherglen Mansion.. 420 Rutherglen Dr.. 425.. 5816..

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