Driving up highway 168 from Bishop
Looking past some flowers to the area we will be hiking. Lake Sabrina is on the right.
Looking back to the Lake Sabrina dam and the beginning of the trail.
After gaining some elevation we had a great view of the Paiute Crags up the North Fork of Bishop Creek.
I think Wylie enjoys the view across Blue Lake as much as me.
Our campsite on the shore of Blue Lake.
Looking across Blue Lake in the morning calm.
Looking back to the outlet of Blue Lake from near our campsite. The water is crystal clear.
Looking down on Dingleberry Lake (10,489') from the trail heading higher.
We skirted this beautiful meadow and then climbed higher. Dingleberry Lake is the distance.
We headed toward Hungry Packer Lake and came into this amazing valley. There was plenty of snow and waterfalls all around.
Our campsite at Sailor Lake (10,950').
The outlet of Sailor Lake was perfect for a swim.
This is the same spot as the previous photo but looking the opposite direction.
We camped along the shore of Sailor Lake and it was spectacular.
This is the Middle Fork of Bishop Creek coming into Sailor Lake from Hungry Packer Lake.
Looking south across Hungry Packer Lake (11, 071).
To get around Hungry Packer Lake we had to gain some elevation to bypass some cliffs. This is the view looking back down on the lake.
At the south end of Hungry Packer Lake there was a nice waterfall, not shown on my map.
Looking back north as we made our way back to the outler of Hungry Packer Lake.
One last look back to Hungry Packer Lake.
Looking southeast across Moonlight Lake (11,052).
Looking south across Moonlight Lake. Our plan was to hike farther up this valley to Echo Lake but there was too much snow above this elevation.
Looking past some flowers as the creek comes out of Moonlight Lake.
Looking down valley from about the same spot as the previous photo. Topsy Turvey Lake (10,790') is in the distance.
These waterfalls were on the creek just below Moonlight Lake.
Wylie is very tired after a long day like this.