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August 28-29, 2016: North Cascades, Washington

These photos are from two days in the North Cascades. The first day, we drove to Harts Pass on the east side of the mountains and were going to hike to the top of Tatie Peak, but we were turned around by approaching storms. The second day, we hiked up to Cascade Pass (map) on the southwest side of North Cascades National Park.
Goat Wall & the Methow River Valley Delancy Ridge & Methow River rayless arnica rosy pussy-toes Robinson Mountain & Rattlesnake Creek Valley
Elmer's butterweed/ragwort yellow coral-bells view to the north-northeast spotted saxifrage broad-leaf fireweed
cell phone photography Silver Star Mountain shrubby cinquefoil cut-leaf anemone seed-heads harebells
Tatie Peak Golden Horn, Azurite Peak, & rain spreading phlox spreading stonecrop Early Winter Spires & Liberty Bell
North Cascades Highway & Copper Mountain Vasiliki Ridge & Kangaroo Ridge Clark's nutcracker Early Winter Spires & Liberty Bell Diablo Lake & Davis Peak
maple-leaf currant fruit grass-of-Parnassus Hidden Lake Peaks, The Triad, & the upper Cascade Valley grass-of-Parnassus north side of Johannesburg Mountain
explorer's gentian Cascade Peak & Johannesburg Mountain flower fly on leafy-bract aster The Triad, Eldorado Peak, & Mt. Torment Pelton Basin
view back toward Cascade Pass subalpine spirea alpine leafy-bract aster western bistort white paintbrush
pink mountain heather & Sahale Mountain Sahale Mountain & Doubtful Lake Upper Stehekin Valley waterfalls above Doubtful Lake Cascade Pass panorama 3
pink mountain heather Sahale Mountain & alpine meadows Lewis' monkeyflower Eldorado Peak & Eldorado Glacier Mt. Torment & Boston Basin
damned purple composites strawberry-leaf bramble/raspberry bunchberries great northern aster Johannesburg Mountain

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