Bullion Mountain Ridge

Today I headed out to climb Bullion Mountain Ridge. And that I did! I started out around 9 this morning, took about an hour to get there, then climbed and explored for about 6 hours at around 4800 FT. Eek, I took 593 photos today. Now it’s time to sort out the good from the bad. Well, now I’m down to 113. 🙂

The day started out nice and sunny, but as I arrived at the Ridge, the fog and clouds were rolling through. As the day went on, it got nicer and nicer. Was a great day to be out for a hike.

I have so many photos to post that it’s going to take a few extra postings.

View from Fishhook Rd. on the way up to Hatcher Pass

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Where I’m heading, Bullion Mountain Ridge.

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This was taken after I came back down.
This is the hiking path to the cabin. Then I hiked up further to the left along the ridge.

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Almost to the cabin, in the fog.

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Looking down in the fog.

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The cabin, in fog.

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My GPS show altitude.

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Eli enjoying the snow and view from the top.

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Couple views from inside the cabin.

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A random view.

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Some wild flowers.

Whorled Lousewort.I think.

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Arctic Willow

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Moss Campion

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Mountain Saxifrage

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Many more photos from this hike up Bullion Mountain, and the ones to come are some really great ones.

’til next time

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