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Wildflowers

Cliffs along College M Shortcut

View from College M

Bridger Foothills Trail

Lupine


Wednesday, I had a dinner to attend after work, so not a lot of time for hiking. I headed back to the M and this time took the easy way up, or at least started that way. In about a half-mile from the trailhead, I turned right on College M Shortcut (#512). Again today, I enjoyed seeing the countless wildflowers blanketing the mountainside as I hiked up the mountain. Unfortunately, the wildflowers bloom due to the lack of shade and it was another hot day today. Along the shortcut trail, there was a rock outcrop that provided some shade for a short ways. Soon I made it to the M and stopped for a break to enjoy the view. After a quick break, I started heading back down, staying on College M Trail (#511). Near the bottom, I turned right on Bridger Foothills Trail (#534) and went a half-mile or so to see some more wildflower. Heading back, I stopped one more time to see some beautiful lupine, then finished the hike back at the trailhead. Then I headed into town and met my coworkers at Feast for dinner.



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