You wrote an excellent page, very detailed and very informative also as to the geology and other aspects! This region looks absolutely magnificent, and your photos are superb!
Congratulations and cheers,
Thanks for the input. I appreciate it!
really enjoyed the read and photos
I am glad to see this wonderful page for the Warners. Truly an unknown area that deserves more attention and your page does a great job of providing that.
Thanks Dean. I appreciate the feedback on the page. It is amazing how many spectacular places are so seldom seen.
Thanks for your very well written report and photo gallery of the worthy but under-appreciated Warners.
If I finally make to the Warners this summer, I will be heading in with much more knowledge of the area than I would have without your efforts.
I hope you make it! Let me know if I can help in any other way.
Very nice page with great info and photos! Some beautiful scenery. Doesn't this area get very hot during the summer months? Probably more of Fall, Winter, Spring hiking?
Thanks for the page. I appreciate the details and history laid out in a very enjoyable format. Nice work.
Great coverage of a range I always wondered about.
I hope it illuminated a dark spot on the map!. It is definitely worth the trip.
Great job on the page Bubba. It is indeed a fun place. I need to get back there.
I hope you are able to make it in the near future. Just out of curiosity, how high would you say Mill Creek Falls is?
I drove through the area and loved it; wished I could've spent more time.
Nice photography too!
Thanks much! The Warners are absolutely worth heading into the backcountry. It is worth a trip back!
EXCELLENT PAGE, FILLED WITH GREAT INFO. I LOVE THIS AREA. QUESTION, DO YOU KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT CAVE LAKE CAMPGROUND? IS THERE REALLY A CAVE NEAR BY?
Thanks for the feedback. There is indeed a cave at Cave Lake. It is just above the lake, visible as you hike in.
Yes theres a cave! Right by the lake,hence the name.a few primitive camps close by.