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Prickly Current in the evening sun

Burned out tree from lightening

 

 

Hoodoo

Beautifully shaped bristlecone pine tree

The start of the sunset

 

 

 

Witch's Broom

 

Shades of the trees on the meadow

Where we've been

We saw two deer in the area

Heading back to the truck

Sun is about to set

Saw this fawn on the way back to the campground

Two bucks in the national park. Hunting season is getting near


We have heard a lot about the Rattlesnake Creek Trail that is just outside of the the northern entrance to CBNM. It is a strenuous hike through the Dixie Nat'l Forest and Ashdown Gorge Wilderness area. It descends 3,500 ft over the 9 mile (one-way) trail. This trail traverses over ridges, streams, steep hills, rocky trails & narrow slot canyons. A little more than we are up for, but heard it had two nice lookouts over the breaks at the beginning of the trail. So off we went after dinner to check it out. It didn't disappoint. Hope you enjoy seeing Cedar Breaks from a different perspective.



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