Two of my moderately healthy 50-60s year old relatives are visiting us in the middle of march.
Is it possible to see Trillium Lake this time of year without snowshoeing or skiing? We might just stop off on our way to Timberline Lodge to get a photo op of the mountain behind the lake.
Also, my relatives have never skied before but I thought I might ask them if they want to try cross country skiing. What's the best place to crosscountry ski (somewhere easy and with fantastic views) and is there a good place to pick up rental equipment?
I remember the views from the top of the mountain at Timberline ski resort while downhill skiing to be spectacular and I'd like my relatives to experience that. I'm sure though that downhill skiing is too scary for them. Is there any other way I can let them experience that mountain view? I though about taking them snoeshoeing at Timberline (it'd have to be an easy trail though as they are seniors). Can we get fantastic views along one of the easy trails?Edited: 23 February 2013, 18:06