Tuesday, July 20, 2010

July 19, 2010
We finally make our way up and over a pass and drop down into the East Fork Basin. This is wild country with many peaks and timber covered ridges interspersed with sage and the East Fork river itself flowing along the valley floor until it enters a deep canyon to emerge further down country onto those meadows we had followed just 30 minutes earlier.
I did a pack trip into the headwaters of the East Fork River several years ago and camped at the base ot the steep sloped mountain on the left. It is an extinct volcano.

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