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Virginia Lakes Ringed With Gold

Sun ,25/09/2016
Virginia Lakes, Mono County (9/24/16) Bob Weaver

Virginia Lakes, Mono County (9/24/16) Bob Weaver

The Virginia Lakes near Conway Summit are now ringed with gold and peaking, as captured by color spotter Bob Weaver, yesterday.

Virginia Lakes (9,770′) – Peak (75-100%) GO NOW! 

Sagehen Meadows Peaks – GO NOW!

Wed ,21/09/2016
Sagehen Summit (9/20/16) Mono County Tourism

Sagehen Summit (9/20/16) Mono County Tourism

Sagehen Meadows leads the Eastern Sierra with a peak rating for its brightly colored groves of auburn, orange, gold, yellow and lime aspen.  For its singular position, Sagehen Meadow earns this week’s selection as “Hike of the Week.”

Sagehen Summit (9/20/16) Mono County Tourism

Sagehen Summit (9/20/16) Mono County Tourism

Sagehen Summit (9/20/16) Mono County Tourism

Sagehen Summit (9/20/16) Mono County Tourism

Virginia Lakes Road (9/19/16) Mono County Tourism

Virginia Lakes Road (9/19/16) Mono County Tourism

Dunderberg Meadow Road (9/19/16) Mono County Tourism

Dunderberg Meadow Road (9/19/16) Mono County Tourism

Conway Summit (9/20/16) Mono County Tourism

Conway Summit (9/20/16) Mono County Tourism

Aurora Canyon (9/16/16) Mono County Tourism

Aurora Canyon (9/16/16) Mono County Tourism

To get there, head to Mono County. Then take CA-120 east from U.S. 395 toward Old Benton. Between Navy Beach at Mono Lake and Old Benton is Sagehen Meadows, an area famous for its aspen. Views of Banner Peak, the Mono Craters, Mono Lake and the Eastern Sierra entertain you on the drive to and from Sagehen Meadows Road.

Other locations with Near Peak color in Mono County are Virginia Lakes and Upper Rock Creek.

Here’s a rundown on what fall color can be seen in Mono County.

Sagehen Meadow: Peak (75-100%) GO NOW! – If the sprawling groves of brilliant orange aspens weren’t enough reason to go, the views of Banner Peak and the Sierra Nevada, as well as Mono Lake, are well worth the drive! Stop at the Mono Mills Historic Site on the way out or back for a picnic, and, of course, the South Tufa Reserve to walk the out-of-this-world shores of Mono Lake.

Rock Creek & Virginia Lakes Road: Near Peak (50-75%) GO NOW! – These high elevation areas are filling in with brilliant yellows and a few oranges. Swing by the Virginia Lakes Resort or Rock Creek Lake Resort (closed this weekend for a wedding) for breakfast or lunch after you enjoy the colorful drive.

Convict Lake, Conway Summit, Green Creek & Summers Meadow: Patchy (10-50%) – Start planning now so you don’t miss the colors in these areas! Although they are lime-green now, it should only be another week or two before colors are peaking.

June Lake Loop, Lee Vining Canyon, Lundy Lake, Walker/Coleville, Monitor Pass, Mammoth Lakes : Just Starting (0-10%) – While there is a little bit of activity up high, for the most part these areas are still mostly green with the occasional lime green or small patch of yellow. Likely a few weeks from significant color change. Stay tuned, and start planning for some time in October.

View the fall colors by horseback with one of the pack stations (please call for availability), soar over the colors with Skytime Helicopter Tours (fall & winter flight promotion: over 30% off 40-minute flights, additional discounts for groups of 4 or more), take the wheel on a High Sierra Jeep Adventure to access the secret, OHV-only fall color locations, or stick to smoother roads and enjoy fall color stops between beer tastings on with Eastern Sierra Brewery Tours!

Upcoming events:

Mono County From Just Starting to Near Peak

Tue ,13/09/2016
Hilton Creek (9/11/16) Greg Newbry

Hilton Creek (9/11/16) Greg Newbry

It’s happening across the Eastern Sierra at dizzying heights, Jeff Simpson reports from Mono County.

Conway Summit (9/11/16) Jeff Simpson

Conway Summit (9/11/16) Jeff Simpson

Virginia Lakes Rd. (9/11/16) Jeff Simpson

Virginia Lakes Rd. (9/11/16) Jeff Simpson

Virginia Lakes Rd. (9/11/16) Jeff Simpson

Virginia Lakes Rd. (9/11/16) Jeff Simpson

Virginia Lakes (9/11/16) Jeff Simpson

Virginia Lakes (9/11/16) Jeff Simpson

Reds Lake (9/11/16) Jeff Simpson

Reds Lake (9/11/16) Jeff Simpson

Davis Lake (9/11/16) Greg Newbry

Davis Lake (9/11/16) Greg Newbry

Leavitt Meadows Trailhead (9/11/16) Jeff Simpson

Leavitt Meadows Trailhead (9/11/16) Jeff Simpson

While most Mono County locations are still green to lime-green, colors are starting to show in the higher elevations. Anywhere near 10,000′, including Upper Rock Creek, Upper Hilton Creek and at Virginia Lakes are the best bets for significant color in Mono County this week, as the highest stands have vibrant yellow, orange and red. However, you’ll have to work to get to it.

Other locations showing progress this week include Parker Lake, Conway Summit, Green Creek, Sagehen Meadow, Rock Creek, Sonora Pass, Tioga Pass and Monitor Pass.

Cooler temperatures and some precipitation the past few days have kick-started that fall feeling throughout Mono County. And, the forecast looks absolutely perfect (sunny, low to mid-70s) for fall color viewing in the coming week.

Here’s Jeff’s Mono County report from North to South, along U.S. 395.

Just Starting (0-10%) – Monitor Pass, Mill Canyon/Golden Gate Mine Road, Walker Canyon, Walker & Coleville – Not much to see as yet.

Patchy (10-50%) – Sonora Pass – While there’s mostly lime green with a little yellow at the bottom, more yellow appears as you approach the top of the pass.

HIKE OF THE WEEK – The Leavitt Meadow Trail to Roosevelt Lake is a 6.5 mile round-trip hike that should be exploding with color in the next 10-14 days. Visit ModernHiker.com for more recommendations of great fall color hikes.

Just Starting (0-10%) – Bridgeport Reservoir/Twin Lakes 

Patchy (10-50%) – Virginia Lakes – Some groves are displaying vibrant yellow leaves, while some areas in the lower elevations are still completely green and lime-green.

Just Starting (0-10%) – Conway Summit – Some groves showing some color, but the majority of the area is still green to lime green. There is, however bright golden and orange color in the grasses surrounding groves of green aspen.

Just Starting (0-10%) – Green Creek – Some small changes in the higher elevations, especially on the Green Creek trail to Green Lake.

Just Starting (0-10%) – Summers Meadow 

Just Starting (0-10%) – Tioga Pass & Lee Vining Canyon – Elevations at 10,000′ are near peak, but the more visited lower stands have a long way to go.

Just Starting (0-10%) – Lundy Lake & Canyon

Just Starting (0-10%) – Sagehen Meadow –  0-10% Just getting started. Lime greens with occasional patches of yellows.

Just Starting (0-10%) – June Lake Loop/Hwy 158

Just Starting (0-10%) – Parker Lake – Lime greens with small patches of yellows.

Hilton Creek (9/11/16) Greg Newbry

Hilton Creek (9/11/16) Greg Newbry

Green Creek (9/6/16) Jeff Simpson

Green Creek (9/6/16) Jeff Simpson

Just Starting (0-10%) – Little Walker Lake

Just Starting (0-10%) – Mammoth Lakes – Will be reported separately, tomorrow.

Just Starting (0-10%) – Convict Lake

Just Starting (0-10%) – McGee Creek

Just Starting (0-10%) – Crowley

GO NOW! Near Peak (50-75%) – Upper Rock Creek – Near Peak at 10,000′. Rides from the Rock Creek Pack Station take you to broad areas of yellow color.

Patchy – Rock Creek – Patches of yellow and lime are mixed with green among the aspen at the lake.

Just Starting (0-10%) Rock Creek Road and Lower Rock Creek 

GO NOW! Near Peak (50-75%) – Hilton Creek – Red, orange and golden aspen leaves mix with lime and green at the upper end of the Hilton Creek Trail.

Coming Events:

Go Now! – Rock Creek Near 10,000′

Tue ,13/09/2016
Upper Rock Creek (9/10/16) Don Vilfer

Upper Rock Creek (9/10/16) Don Vilfer

Upper Rock Creek (9/10/16) Don Vilfer

Upper Rock Creek (9/10/16) Don Vilfer

Color spotters Don Vilfer and his wife rode by horse to the upper reaches of Rock Creek in the Eastern Sierra (Mono County) to find aspen near 10,000′ in elevation near peak.

He reported, “At the end of the canyon and up at 10,000 feet the color is at 70% or so. I shot the attached on Saturday, from our camp overlooking the canyon. There are bands of color on the other side of the canyon as well and some groves at creek level that have turned.”

GO NOW! – Upper Rock Creek (10,000′) 

Go Fly A Kite!

Fri ,26/08/2016
Eastern Sierra Kite Festival

Eastern Sierra Kite Festival

Walker, Calif. is the location of the first Eastern Sierra Kite Festival on the weekend of Sept. 17 and 18.

Colorful kites will be competing, demonstrated, built and displayed at this visual and fun event.

That’s great timing for a trip to Virginia Lakes, off Conway Summit, where color should be approaching peak.

Early peak color may also be near peak then at Tuolumne Meadows in eastern Yosemite National Park.

And, if you arrive from the south, a trip up Bishop Creek Canyon should be rewarding that week.

CLICK HERE or HERE, for more about the festival.

Scouting Report: Eastern Sierra

Thu ,18/08/2016
Aspen, South Lake (8/15/16) John Poimiroo

Aspen, South Lake (8/15/16) John Poimiroo

Aspen, Parcher's Resort (8/15/16) John Poimiroo

Aspen, Parcher’s Resort (8/15/16) John Poimiroo

Spots of bright yellow have begun to appear in a few aspen and willows at high elevations in the Eastern Sierra (U.S. 395) from Bishop Creek to Carson Pass (CA-88).

This is normal and does not indicate an early autumn show, though the overall health and robust green color of the aspen forest is encouraging. Conditions permitting, the fall color display in the Eastern Sierra should be as good as ever.

The Eastern Sierra aspen forest is mostly devoid of black leaf spot fungus, as was prevalent in the Northern Sierra last autumn. Though, willows, particularly at higher elevations, are dusted with yellow-orange rust fungus, and some aspen leaves carry nipple galls (small cream-colored bulges that contain insect larvae). The rust and galls will have inconsequential effect on the show, however.

More of a threat to California fall color has been the decline of native lady bugs (replaced by imported foreign varieties), as lady bugs are voracious consumers of aphids which can destroy aspen leaves and their color.

Aphids do not kill aspen, but they do reduce their autumn beauty. An Alpine County resident said she’s noticed a larger than normal number of aphids, as evidenced by the honeydew they drip on cars and deck furniture.

Aspen, Parcher's Resort (8/15/16) John Poimiroo

Aspen, Parcher’s Resort (8/15/16) John Poimiroo

Willows, South Lake (8/15/16) John Poimiroo

Willows, South Lake (8/15/16) John Poimiroo

South Lake (8/15/16) John Poimiroo

South Lake (8/15/16) John Poimiroo

Mist Falls, Bishop Creek Canyon (8/15/16) John Poimiroo

Mist Falls, Bishop Creek Canyon (8/15/16) John Poimiroo

0-10% – Just Starting – Bishop Creek Canyon and the Owens Valley – At Parcher’s Resort near South Lake, Jared Smith was encouraged by the high lake levels, which will provide brightly colored reflections at South, Sabrina and North Lake.

He reported that bright spots of yellow began appearing this week high up along the east canyon wall and among the willow.

In Bishop, towering cottonwood flanking the Owens River are verdant and seemingly unaware that autumn is approaching.

Twin Lakes, Mammoth Lakes (8/16/18) John Poimiroo

Twin Lakes, Mammoth Lakes (8/16/18) John Poimiroo

0-10% – Just Starting – Mammoth Lakes Basin – Similar spots of color are seen in the Lakes Basin at Mammoth Lakes. Mammoth Lakes’ many paved bike paths were full of families out for a ride through green groves of aspen. Mammoth Lakes Tourism is putting heightened emphasis on fall events, activities, festivals, programs and fall color reporting, this year, including locals recommending their favorite fall color hikes and rides. Mammoth Lakes Tourism has dedicated a page on their website to fall with new features and special offers.

June Lake (8/17/18) John Poimiroo

June Lake (8/17/18) John Poimiroo

Aspen, Virginia Lakes Rd (8/17/16) John Poimiroo

Aspen, Conway Summit (8/17/16) John Poimiroo

Aspen, Virginia Lakes Rd (8/17/16) John Poimiroo

Aspen, Conway Summit (8/17/16) John Poimiroo

Virginia Lakes Rd (8/17/16) John Poimiroo

Virginia Lakes Rd (8/17/16) John Poimiroo

Virginia Lakes Resort (8/17/16) John Poimiroo

Virginia Lakes Resort (8/17/16) John Poimiroo

Summer berries and lupine, Virginia Lakes Rd (8/17/16) John Poimiroo

Summer berries and lupine, Virginia Lakes Rd (8/17/16) John Poimiroo

Rabbitbrush, aspen, Virginia Lakes Rd (8/17/16) John Poimiroo

Rabbitbrush, aspen, Virginia Lakes Rd (8/17/16) John Poimiroo

0-10% – Just Starting – June Lake, Conway Summit, Virginia Lakes – No color is yet evident near June Lake or Conway Summit, where aspen are uniformly green. However, up toward Virginia Lakes, the change has started. Carolyn Webb of the Virginia Lakes Resort said “a burn (quick freeze) came through this past week, followed by spots of yellow appearing along the road.”

The color isn’t evident driving to the Virginia Lakes, but it is on the return when leaves are backlit by the sun.

Golden rabbit brush are beginning to bloom beside purple lupine beside the Virginia Lakes Road. For the coming month, the combination of early fall color and late blooming wildflowers can be seen at high elevations in the Eastern Sierra.

0-10% – Just Starting – Walker River and Antelope Valley – At Meadowcliff Lodge, north of Walker, Tim Fesko is still in summer season mode, too busy to notice early emerging fall color, though he is optimistic about the potential for this autumn’s display, noting how much rain and snow fell last winter.

0-10% – Just Starting – Monitor Pass – Hints of yellow are emerging as aspen lose their chlorophyll are seen in groves on the east side of Monitor Pass (CA-89) and beside the upper forks of the Carson River.

Markleeville Creek (8/17/18) John Poimiroo

Markleeville Creek (8/17/18) John Poimiroo

Black cottonwood, Markleeville Creek (8/17/18) John Poimiroo

Black cottonwood, Markleeville Creek (8/17/18) John Poimiroo

0-10% – Just Starting – Markleeville – Black cottonwood at the Markleeville Heritage and Nature Park are dark green, healthy and ready to reveal their golden color.

0-10% – Just Starting – Hope Valley and Carson Pass – Continuing north, the Hope Valley and Carson Pass (CA-88) have a mix of stressed (light green) to robust (dark green) aspen, though overall the forest is doing better. John Brissenden at Sorensen’s Resort near the junction of CA-88 and CA-89, was encouraged by the improved vitality of Hope Valley’s aspen groves.  Again, this area should expect a strong show of color this autumn.

The take away from this scouting trip is that Eastern Sierra deciduous trees and shrubs are healthy, robust and prime for a great show this fall.

 

Peak Moves Down to the Owens Valley

Wed ,04/11/2015
Vista Point, Owens Valley (10/28/15) Shuo Li

Vista Point, Owens Valley (10/28/15) Shuo Li

Color spotter Shuo Li, broke away from studies as an international student to visit the Eastern Sierra just before snow fell in the high country.

Several of the areas he photographed – Conway Summit, June Lake and Mammoth Lakes – have changed significantly since he photographed them late last week, though Crowley Lake and the Owens Valley are still peaking.

Peak (75-100%) GO NOW! – Owens Valley

The Green Church, Crowley Lake (10/28/15) Shuo Li

The Green Church, Crowley Lake (10/28/15) Shuo Li

Owens Valley Vista  (10/28/15) Shuo Li

Owens Valley Vista (10/28/15) Shuo Li

Owens Valley Vista (10/28/15) Shuo Li

Owens Valley Vista (10/28/15) Shuo Li

Owens Valley  (10/28/15) Shuo Li

Owens Valley (10/28/15) Shuo Li

Owens Valley (10/28/15) Shuo Li

Owens Valley (10/28/15) Shuo Li

Owens Valley  (10/28/15) Shuo Li

Owens Valley (10/28/15) Shuo Li

High Sierra Sings Its Fall Swan Song

Tue ,03/11/2015
June Lake (11/3/15) Alicia Vennos

June Lake (11/3/15) Alicia Vennos

With snow blanketing high points throughout the Eastern and Northern Sierra, as Mono County color spotter Alicia Vennos reports, “most areas are now past peak.”

Poole Plant Rd, off Tioga Rd. (11/3/15) Alicia Vennos

Poole Plant Rd, off Tioga Rd. (11/3/15) Alicia Vennos

Lower Tioga Pass Rd. (11/3/15) Alicia Vennos

Lower Tioga Pass Rd. (11/3/15) Alicia Vennos

Lower Tioga Rd. (11/3/15) Alicia Vennos

Lower Tioga Rd. (11/3/15) Alicia Vennos

June Lake Loop (11/3/15) Alicia Vennos

June Lake Loop (11/3/15) Alicia Vennos

June Lake Loop (11/3/15) Alicia Vennos

June Lake Loop (11/3/15) Alicia Vennos

Silver Lake (11/3/15) Alicia Vennos

Silver Lake (11/3/15) Alicia Vennos

Silver Lake (11/3/15) Alicia Vennos

Silver Lake (11/3/15) Alicia Vennos

Gull Lake (11/3/15) Alicia Vennos

Gull Lake (11/3/15) Alicia Vennos

Exceptions are northern Mono County where Walker, Coleville and Topaz in the Antelope Valley “are absolutely gorgeous, right now.” and the Owens Valley.

These territories are, as Alicia describes, a “combination of pastoral ranch lands surrounded by rugged snowcapped mountains, populated with golden poplars, willows, elm and aspen, and rivers running running through it all.”

At the north end of US 395, it’s the West Walker River canyon and Antelope Valley. To the south, it’s the Owens River and Valley. Both will continue to show nice fall color for the next week or two.

This week’s snow has closed several roads and passes, including Tioga Pass (CA-120), Sonora Pass (CA-108), Monitor Pass (CA-89) and roads to Red’s Meadow, Devil’s Postpile, Lake Mary and the Mammoth Lakes Basin.

Those closures also indicate that skiing and snowboarding is about to begin. Sure enough, Mammoth Mountain has announced it will be opening a week earlier than anticipated, with lifts operating, starting on Thursday (Nov. 5).

Blood Red Aspen Drip Across Conway Summit

Wed ,28/10/2015
Conway Summit (10/27/15) Alicia Vennos

Conway Summit (10/27/15) Alicia Vennos

How’s that for a Halloween headline?

When we received the above photo of a plethora of peaked aspen oozing across a gully atop Conway Summit, macabre thoughts of haunted forests, delightfully possessed with crimson fall color, came to mind.

After all, it’s the time of year when things go bump in the night, or is it that aspen generate intense color during the night?

Mono County fall color sorceress Alicia Vennos looked into her crystal ball before reporting, “It’s now or never.” She hints that this could be the last weekend to see such color in the Eastern Sierra. By the following weekend, much of it will likely be gone.

If you’re an experienced trick or treater, you know which houses give out the big chocolate bars and which give bags of mini carrots.  The same is true of fall color. Some areas are worth visiting, while others, well, the carrots are more tasty.

For those heading to Mono County this weekend, must stops are the June Lake Loop in its entirety, Mammoth Creek, Lower Rock Creek Road and trail, lower Tioga Pass Road, lower Lundy Lake Road, Conway Summit between Lee Vining and Bridgeport, and the West Walker River.

But, hurry, as snow is expected to dust surrounding peaks.  That provides a photogenic contrast to the gold, orange and red among the aspen, though it could also trick the trees to drop their leaves.  No treat.

Silver Lake (10/27/15) Alicia Vennos

Silver Lake (10/27/15) Alicia Vennos

Gull Lake Campground (10/27/15) Alicia Vennos

Gull Lake Campground (10/27/15) Alicia Vennos

Gull Lake (10/27/15) Alicia Vennos

Gull Lake (10/27/15) Alicia Vennos

June Lake Loop (10/27/15) Alicia Vennos

June Lake Loop (10/27/15) Alicia Vennos

Mono Lake (10/27/15) Alicia Vennos

Mono Lake (10/27/15) Alicia Vennos

Conway Summit (10/27/15) Alicia Vennos

Conway Summit (10/27/15) Alicia Vennos

West Walker River (10/27/15) Alicia Vennos

West Walker River (10/27/15) Alicia Vennos

West Walker River (10/27/15) Alicia Vennos

West Walker River (10/27/15) Alicia Vennos

Road to Lobdell Lake (10/27/15) Alicia Vennos

Road to Lobdell Lake (10/27/15) Alicia Vennos

Here’s Alicia’s latest (and perhaps last) report:

Peak GO NOW! (75-100%) – Lower Rock Creek – For a lovely Creekside hike amidst glowing aspens, take the Lower Rock Creek trail. Start from the top parking lot, near the US 395 junction, and walk down for about 2 miles. It’s uphill on the way back, but the different light through the trees makes it equally enjoyable. Road work along Rock Creek Road is finished and the smooth drive through still-lovely color is enjoyable. Tom’s Place holds a Halloween Costume Party on Oct. 31.  Lower Rock Creek Road and the mountain bike/hiking trail have some nice spots of color but they are still a week or so before peak.

Peak GO NOW! (75-100%) – McGee Creek, Convict Lake.

Peak GO NOW! (75-100%) – Mammoth Creek/Old Mammoth Road.  Mammoth Creek is shining brightly with orange, gold and reds, right now.

Peak GO NOW! (75-100%) – June Lake Loop/Hwy. 158.  The Loop should not be missed right now — the color is pretty much perfect the entire way around Hwy. 158.

Near Peak GO NOW! (50-75%) – Lee Vining Canyon/Lower Tioga Pass Road. Poole Plant Road, close to the bottom of Tioga Pass Road, is getting very close to going off. It’s a matter of days now before it is perfect.

Peak GO NOW! (75-100%) – Lundy Canyon, especially lower Lundy Lake Road, around Lundy Lake itself, and at the first waterfall lookout on the trail.

Peak GO NOW! (75-100%) – Conway Summit.  This spectacular hillside of aspens shines under snow-covered Dunderberg Peak and some of the groves are literally blood red.  This can be seen right from US 395 and the pull-outs but always use caution when exiting and re-entering the highway.

Peak GO NOW! (75-100%) – West Walker River – The river is now lined with mostly golden foliage, and Devil’s Gate, just north of Bridgeport, is perfect, right now. The Burcham Flat Road out of Walker to Lobdell Lake has a few patches of color left, though it’s pretty much past peak. Add this to your bucket list to visit during the first two weeks of October next autumn (can you believe we’re already talking about next year?), as the groves of aspens in this part of northern Mono County are prolific and, backed by an alpine setting, lovely.

Halloween Parties: Tom’s Place (Rock Creek); Heidelberg Inn, June Lake.

Trick or Treating for Kids: The “Trails” neighborhood in Mammoth Lakes is closed to traffic from 5-9 p.m. on Halloween for community trick or treating… Everyone is welcome!

Joyful Reflections Along The June Lake Loop

Wed ,28/10/2015

 

Silver Lake (10/23/15) Josh Wray

Silver Lake (10/23/15) Josh Wray

June Lake Loop (10/23/15) Josh Wray

June Lake Loop (10/23/15) Josh Wray

June Lake Loop (10/23/15) Josh Wray

June Lake Loop (10/23/15) Josh Wray

June Lake Loop (10/23/15) Josh Wray

June Lake Loop (10/23/15) Josh Wray

June Lake Loop (10/23/15) Josh Wray

June Lake Loop (10/23/15) Josh Wray

Photographs of the June Lake Loop taken by color spotter Josh Wray are so joyful, that like Josh, we just want to throw leaves into the air.

Josh writes that he’s “sad for this season to come to an end.”

That’s saying a lot, because Josh lives in Mammoth Lakes where it seems every local can hardly wait for winter to arrive, so that they can begin skiing and snowboarding again on their great mountain.

So, if fall color must end in Mono County, it’s doing so with a spectacular show of bright color, particularly at June Lake.

Josh, don’t be sad. Your photos are making us happy.

June Lake Loop (10/23/15) Josh Wray

June Lake Loop (10/23/15) Josh Wray

June Lake Loop (10/23/15) Josh Wray

June Lake Loop (10/23/15) Josh Wray