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There is a new way to experience the natural wonders of the Pacific Northwest: 360 video.

The Bureau of Land Management in Oregon and Washington is proud to digitally present the Wildwood Recreation Site in a way it has never been seen. Scroll from side to side to see the rushing water of the Wild and Scenic Salmon River, or use your phone to stand beneath the evergreens in a virtual-reality environment!

About an hour east of Portland in the foothills of Mount Hood, Wildwood is a terrific Northwest retreat for day-trippers. There are paved trails along the river, numerous picnic locations, forested trails connected to a marshland, and even a sunken viewing station built into the river so families can view the local fish habitat.

If you’re lucky, you could even see a black-tailed deer or hear a downy woodpecker hard at work. 
Check out our BLM #360video playlist here and subscribe to see future videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EF551PikLOU&list=PL124BHoOdTQuQe1RgnlAbyTQfG5LaWAeO
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Video by Matt Christenson and Toshio Suzuki (captured Feb. 2, 2016)
Arlene Sauer1 yr ago
these trees looks like wearing green clothes!
Kaela White1 yr ago
it seems to be early spring and ice is converting into spring water
The little bridge and the little rivulet are small and exquisite