Hyndman Creek Trail Landscape
Aspen, wildflowers, and grasses form a peaceful landscape along the Hyndman Creek Trail.
The Hyndman Creek Trail enters a dark forest on a late July morning.
An aspen grove along Hyndman Creek on a January afternoon.
Aspen Sunrise Shadows
A sunrise snowshoe in the Boulders provides a view of the Pioneer Range through a grove of wintering aspen.
Another beautiful Columbus Day hike in the Pioneer Range.
A trail through the snow on a late autumn afternoon
I head back down, this time finding the trail above and through the grove.
Grays Peak towers over the huge aspen grove.
The typical groundcover as leaves had begun to fall atop the early snow.
Moving up through the huge aspen grove and the first snow of the season.
I lost the trail on this, my first trip up the gulch and bushwhacked up through the aspen grove.
This is one of the largest aspen groves I've ever seen. It's also my favorite.
Paymaster Gulch departs East Fork of the Wood River and winds up past these aspens toward Jacqueline Peak in the distance.
Johnstone Peak captures some early morning light.
Mark and Terry passing through the aspen grove on the way to the Hyndman Creek trailhead.
A closer look. We'll need to make our way up through or around those rocks. In my case, right over the top.