Mt. Adams comes back into view over the ridge.
The beargrass didn't quit
An elk in Snowgrass Flats
Snowgrass Flats with Mt. Adams behind.
First view of Mt. Rainier.
The basin that holds Goat Lake, with Rainier behind.
In this area, I'm hiking on the Pacific Crest Trail and it climbs all the way up to 7600 feet - it's highest place in Washington state. From here north is a section known as The Knife Edge.
This is what I had just descended. The high point on the left is Old Snowy Mountain. The larger dark spot to it's right is where the PCT tops out.
This is what that trail looks like up close.
The next section of the Knife Edge continuing north.
Looking towards Mt. Rainier with Packwood Lake barely visible.
This is the ridge behind Goat Lake - seen from the back side.
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