Mount Talbert Nature Park

Mount Talbert
Elevation 740+ ft (226+ m) NGVD 29[1]
Prominence 410 ft (125 m)[1]
Location
Mount Talbert
Clackamas County, Oregon, U.S.
Range Cascade Range
Coordinates

45°25′36″N 122°33′06″W / 45.4267871°N 122.5517579°W / 45.4267871; -122.5517579Coordinates: 45°25′36″N 122°33′06″W / 45.4267871°N 122.5517579°W / 45.4267871; -122.5517579[2]

Topo map USGS Gladstone
Geology
Volcanic arc/belt Boring Lava Field
Last eruption 500,000 years ago [3]

Mount Talbert is an volcanic cinder cone in Clackamas County, Oregon. It is part of the Boring Lava Field,[3] a zone of ancient volcanic activity in the area around Portland. Its summit rises to an elevation of 740+ feet (226+ m).

The butte remains undeveloped and is the location of a nature park of the same name which is managed by North Clackamas Parks and Recreation. The park has several interlinked hiking trails, along which there are several interpretive signs about the area's natural resources.

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