Just back from four days at Odell Lake in central Oregon. I didn't take any of my telescopes or imaging gear but I am kicking myself for not doing so. The sky was awesome!! My viewing was limited to naked eye and a pair of rather weather-beaten 7x35 binoculars. The lake sits at just over 5,000 feet.
M31 was a naked eye object......and you could see much of the outer nebulosity with the binoculars. M13 showed up well too. I could even see M33 in the binoculars, but it was extremely faint, and if you didn't know where to look, you could easily have missed it. The Double cluster was a great sight.
Due to some pesky lights here and there, the wide field view of the Milky Way was a little diminished, but still head and shoulders better than the view from home.
The picture is the view from the deck of our rented condo at approximately 6:45am this morning. Notice the star burst sunlight coming through the trees. Very relaxing stay.......no phone, no TV, no computer......just some fishing and relaxing by the lake.