Marijuana Near Mount St. Helens
Near Mount St. Helens
One of the countries most active volcanoes, St. Helens sits high at 8,360 feet above sea level with easily some of the most beautiful vistas in the world. The volcano is only 96 miles south of Seattle and 50 miles north of Portland, so if it were to erupt, we would all need to get out real quick! Climbed year round, with terrain ranging from novice to experienced, Mount St. Helens is a very popular destination for people from all over the world. In fact, there is a permit system and one is required if you wish to go above 4,800 feet. The volcano is still active, erupting every few years; the last eruption was July 10, 2008. For permits, information, operating hours and seasonal conditions click here
Cannabis policy & Facts
Mount St. Helens is on federal land, so anything cannabis related is illegal and considered a federal crime. If you wish to ingest cannabis, be discreet about it (use a vape pen). For a full directory of cannabis shops in Washington, click here.
Patty’s Place at 19 Mile House
The last place to eat after the park entrance, Patty’s is a great spot to enjoy that old school Americana lifestyle before your trek into the wilderness. Serving delicious burgers and great milkshakes, the 19 mile house is a great spot for the whole family.