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HST - Day 1 - Crescent Meadows to Bearpaw Meadows, June 17

 
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 02, 2015 8:53 am    Post subject: HST - Day 1 - Crescent Meadows to Bearpaw Meadows, June 17  Reply with quote

Shuttling to and inside the park, as well as the heat, slowed us down a bit, but we had a good day. We had originally planned to hike fewer miles on Day 1, but most of campsite before Bearpaw were taken. Clicking on an image below will bring you to a webpage with a detailed trip report and more photos.

Day 1 of 6 highlights of our High Sierra Trail trek to Mt. Whitney:
High Sierra Trail, Day 1 – Crescent Meadow to Bearpaw Meadow Camp, June 17 2015

After hours of planning, we're excited to finally hit the trail.
   

Gil hiking towards the Great Western Divide
   

Little Blue Dome(L) & Sugarbowl Dome (R)
   

Abundant wildflowers along the trail
   

Many of the trees were covered in moss after we crossed Buck Creek
 

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