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San Gabriel Mountains - High Country - Baden Powell Area
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San Gabriel Mountains - High Country - Baden Powell Area

 
San Gabriel Mountains - High Country - Baden Powell Area

Page Type: Album

Object Title: San Gabriel Mountains - High Country - Baden Powell Area

Image Type(s): Hiking, Wildlife, Flora, Scenery, Water

 

Page By: SoCalHiker

Created/Edited: Aug 6, 2008 / Aug 6, 2008

Object ID: 429029

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Page Score: 81.63% - 14 Votes 

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Description

In an attempt to organize my images I will create several albums which collect all the pictures I took while hiking in a specific area. The San Gabriel Mountains - High Country - Baden Powell Area album contains pictures from hikes around Mount Baden Powell, including Vincent Gap and northern approaches to the San Gabriel River East Fork, Mount Burnham, Throop Peak, Mount Hawkins, and Ross Mountain.

Images


Wally Waldron Tree

Wally Waldron Tree

Limber Pine

Limber Pine

Wild Buckwheat

Wild Buckwheat

Wally Waldron Tree

Wally Waldron Tree

Ross Mountain

Ross Mountain

Wally Waldron Tree

Wally Waldron Tree

Mount Baldy from Mount Baden-Powell

Mount Baldy from Mount Baden-Powell

Blue Penstemon

Blue Penstemon

Mount Baden-Powell

Mount Baden-Powell

Mount Baden-Powell

Mount Baden-Powell

Mine Gulch

Mine Gulch

Near the Summit of Mount Baden-Powell

Near the Summit of Mount Baden-Powell

East Fork San Gabriel River

East Fork San Gabriel River

Mount Baldy and West Baldy from Blue Ridge

Mount Baldy and West Baldy from Blue Ridge

Throop Peak

Throop Peak


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Augie MedinaSuperb Stuff!

Augie Medina

Voted 10/10

This is a real useful thing you've done, specifically identifying peaks and features. Often, I'm so bad at recognizing even popular peaks in images. On top of that, thank you for the flora identifications; now I know what to call the plants and flowers I see.

Augie
Posted Aug 8, 2008 10:58 am

SoCalHikerRe: Superb Stuff!

SoCalHiker

Hasn't voted

Thanks again. I agree sometime it is quite surprisingly difficult to identify peaks on images. But I'll try. However, I am not good at all in identifying the local flora. I know some flowers and trees, but for many I need some help. Luckily, here on SP there are some very knowledgeable members who help out. Cheers.
Posted Aug 8, 2008 12:33 pm

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