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A Little Exploring in the Coquihalla

Posted by Dean Hebert on April 12, 2018 at 12:45 AM

 I've seen this ridge on the south side of Needle Peak, plenty of times and finally gave it a little reconnaissance.

 From below Flatiron, I skirted around Tastey Lake, and side-hilled a bit until the ridge dropped down to meet me. The best wildflower blooms had come and gone but I managed to find a few.







 I couldn't take my eyes off of Needle Peak, rising up from across the valley.







 There was a bit of a trail but I just wandered about, eventually coming upon a small pool that was drying up. I tryed to get a reflection of Needle Peak but it was tough to get a clear view. 

 My original goal was to get to the very end of the ridge but I wasn't ready to take on the steep gully that seperated me from it.







 With a decent water source I decided that this would make a nice over-night destination and left any further exploring until next time. After another shot of Needle Peak,







 I took a look around at the smokey views to the south. There was an "other-worldliness" to the landscape so I framed a few shots.







 It was easy to retrace my steps back to the trail junction where the lowering sun created layers of fading light.





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