The Chief wrote:fatdad wrote:Chief, terrific resolution on your shots (though all the photos in this thread are really nice). What's that first shot? I feel like I should know where that is.
It is looking south from one of the ponds located between LaSalle and Meriam Lakes at a series of unnamed peaks just southwest of Merriam.
VikingMan wrote:Post your favorite hikes/climbs in California! I'm a SoCal native and love hiking / photoging in this great state of ours. Gotta say my favorite local hike is Mt. Baldy in the San Gabriel's... absolutely beautiful area, great training hikes, bitchin photo ops, and there's killer food and beer 3 miles below the summit @ the ski lodge
brichardsson wrote:i am assuming you've done the north backbone trail. that's my favorite baldy route. makes a stop at the lodge difficult, however, unless you've planned on a shuttle.
butitsadryheat wrote:Another nice one is from Onion Valley into Kearsarge Lakes and beyond.
butitsadryheat wrote:Nice pics, btw. Thanks for sharing
butitsadryheat wrote:For some nice photo hikes, you can't get much better than on the trailhead out of Lake Sabrina, west of Bishop. Go about 7 miles in to Hungry Packer Lake or Sailor Lake.
You can also do a very easy hike out of the Mosquito Flat Trailhead, back to Morgan Pass, through the Little Lakes Valley
Another nice one is from Onion Valley into Kearsarge Lakes and beyond.
Nice pics, btw. Thanks for sharing
seano wrote:Or Dragon Lake, recently liberated from Bighorn Sheep closures.
seano wrote:you guys ever climb the Kearsarge pinnacles or Dragon Peak?
butitsadryheat wrote:The view from up on Gould is great. A short (5 mi?) hike from the trailhead, and when you reach Kearsarge Pass, hang a right, up the ridge. Dragon is a close by, class 3 traverse away.
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