Timberline Lodge

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• Discover Timberline Lodge's Rachael Griffin Historic Exhibition Center that showcases the art and artifacts of the lodge, constructed in the 1930s during the Great Depression. The Rachael Griffin mini-museum includes a model guestroom, the Coyote Den for media presentations, and examples of all crafts used at the lodge, from woodwork and iron to textiles and art.

• Stand on the FDR Terrace in front of the lodge and enjoy sweeping views of the Cascade mountain range from the very location where President Franklin D. Roosevelt dedicated the lodge "as a monument to the skill and faithful performance of workers on the rolls of the Works Progress Administration."

• Admire the warmth and comfort of the Main Headhouse, with its forty-foot old-growth pine ceiling struts, massive 92-foot stone chimney stack with its six fireplace openings, and handmade furniture and textiles. Timberline is home to crafts as well as fine arts, which can be discovered throughout the lodge. From glass mosaics and wood carvings that depict Oregon's wildlife to wrought iron finishes, the lodge also features paintings from some of the Northwest's finest artists that date back to when the lodge first opened.
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