Fall is already past its prime at Hidden Lake Peak.
Sibley Peak with some cold morning sunshine.
Snow and green. Our trail a long way down.
Fresh snow on dead grass.
This was hard to take a picture of, but the ice here had a very cool step formation.
Some snow with Mt. Baker.
Some more very cool ice near the trail. I like how there are bubbles in it, like frozen 7up.
Snow covered boulders with Little Devil Peak.
Granite and Mt. Baker
Hiking to Hidden Lake Peak is eye candy.
I will undoubtedly be back some day in the winter. There would be some fun lines to ski here.
The fire lookout (with moon).
The fire look out with Mt. Snowking. This is a skiing objective for this season.
Panorama from the lookout looking North.
It was just barely possible to see Mt. Rainier. Snowking (here I come) is on the right. I don't know what mountain is on the left, any ideas? Chris?
Eldorado, where Adam and I went this spring.
Sahale Peak. Hiked there last fall and David and David and I did a ski tour in the area this spring.
It is possible to spend the night in the lookout if you get there first. If I didn't have such an awesome tent, I would be interested.
I like this place.
Hidden Lake with Sahale in the background.
Hiking towards the actual Hidden Lake Peak.
A good view of Johannesburg and Cascade Pass.
A wide panorama.
Hidden Lake in black and white.
Our path through the snow.
Snow and granite.
I think this is one of my favorite pictures. It was getting to be the end of the day and the light was becoming more interesting.
Looking up towards Sibley Pass.
Fall blueberry colors.