Almost immediately after reaching the high point shown in previous image, descent is begun down and around some cliffs. At this point you are probably technically already on the goat path, but since most of the trail/traverse is relatively level, it is only natural to think of this as leading down, onto the trail proper. After this well-worn section (but do note that none of this trail is man made or maintainedit's all the goats' handiwork!), see next picture for a brief, almost trail-less traverse onto the approximately four miles of unforgettable goat engineering. Photo by Vernon, July 20, 2005.