Falls on Boulder Creek
Making my way up to Boulder City, this waterfall caught my attention.
Summer Sunset at Perrine Bridge
The sun sets below gathering clouds west of the Perrine Bridge on the Snake River Canyon.
Breaking Dawn over the Perrine Bridge
Just prior to a meeting, I snap a shot of the Snake River Canyon and Perrine Bridge near Twin Falls, Idaho.
Autumn Pioneer Mountains
I didn't notice Florian's Nudl until I took a closer look at this photo. Duncan Ridge, Cobb Peak, Hyndman Peak, the Nudl, and Old Hyndman, with Elaine's Lookout and Jaqueline in the foreground. From the summit of Grays Peak.
The clouds break away as we drop back down near timberline. Now it's just a long way down the ridge.
The black clouds break and Old Hyndman pops into the sun.
Looking down into Federal Gulch, Mark takes off after Terry.
Terry's ready to go down. So we follow him.
Summit of Grays Peak, 2:37 PM, October 9, 2016
The clouds behind us start to close in a little, casting shadows on the peak.
We head up the final summit ridge.
A nice view of the route as we clear timberline.
Fine figure of a man. According to Terry.
Terry comes on up with an incredible view right behind him.
A scenic walk along the ridgeline.
Mark contemplates the view from the ridge junction.
Mark has crested the ridge and Terry is right behind (left).
Looking back down the ridge, Terry always likes to know where he is.
Mark trudges ahead. That knoll on the right is the route, but a false summit.
Terry takes a look.
Paymaster Gulch lies across the canyon below with spectacular views of The Paymaster, Cobb, Old Hyndman, Jaqueline, McIntire, and Elaine's Lookout.
Pretty much just a long trudge from here.
We crest a rocky section of the ridge while the East Fork road is visible back to the west.
Jaqueline Peak comes into view above the far reaches of East Fork.
Looking back down towards the East Fork valley, Terry and Mark reconoiter.