Flowers in the rough beneath Bigelow.
Flowers above Wing Lake.
Meadow above Toxaway Lake, Sawtooth ID.
Evening light on Vogelsang Lake.
Golden needles and a red carpet.
Pretty flowers above La Salle Lake.
Goats at Nada Lake.
Endless flowers in the meadows before White Pass.
Larch Madness on Raven Ridge from Hoodoo Peak.
Looking down to the Methow Valley from Raven Ridge.
Pretty flowers on the trail.
Pretty flower along the shore of the Palisade Lakes.
Pretty flowers and the Pioneer Mountains.
Many nice alpine meadows on this section.
Wonderful meadows in the Cirque of Towers.
Cool snow formations on a tree branch near Grassy Hut.
Green vegetation along the PCT.
Wonderful meadows beneath Cloudy Pass.
Plentiful wildflowers through this section.
Pretty flowers and Rainier down the Gold Creek Valley.
Nice fern in the forest.
Nearing Thunderbolt Col.
Cue the sound of music…
Flowers with Kings Peak in the background.
At least the flowers are pretty, right?
Flowers and a waterfall in the canyon.
How many amazing meadows will we see?
Flowers near Little Giant Pass.
A wonderland of flowers near Fontaine Lake.
Beautiful basin with icy larches beginning to turn.
Nice flowers on the trail.
On the way to Little Giant Pass.
More nice flowers with the Thunder Mountain peaks behind.
Pretty meadow above Kearsage Lakes.
Clark and Pilz Glaciers on Clark Mountain.
Glacier Lillies above Glacier Meadows.
Wildflowers on the banks of Mesa Lake in Humphreys Basin.
Icy berries, signs of a cold night.
First view of Dakobed across the meadows!
More pretty flowers.
Miles and miles of this.
Wildflowers along the Hogsback climber’s trail.
Dusk at Spooner Lake.
A nice forest flower.
Flower even on the summit?!
A nice meadow in the Heavenly Ski Area.
Fall colors in Ewing Basin, Chiwaukum Range
Pretty flowers above Garnet Lake.
Quite the morning walk.
Flowers and grassy meadows line Darwin Bench.
Pretty flowers in Henry’s Fork Basin.
Beautiful colors in the burn zone.
Flowers, streams, does it get any better than this?
Prusik Peak and Lake Viviane.
Nice flowers on the way back to Buck Creek Pass.
Even a few flowers can survive at nearly 13,000 ft.