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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-29-2017, 08:23 AM Thread Starter
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Here's some photo's of our trek last Sunday. Was a very hot return from the summit and all it's incredibly glorious views. As far as a day trip goes it's pretty hard to beat this scenery. Good bang for your buck. My pictures just can't capture the scope of these 360 degree views but you get the idea.


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Looks like an awesome hike! Great photos too.
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FANTASTIC YOU MADE IT UP THERE, ANDREW. SWEET SUCCESS.


Love your shots.


Took this shot of Ruth Mountain from top of East Ridge, off Welcome Pass on Wednesday (June 28)..

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Hey Karl,


Sorry to take so long getting back to yeah. Was backpacking the Olympic Coast Trail the past 4 days. Ruth looks so different from that side. Think we had a similar day as you did last time you and your gang were there judging from your shots then.

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Andrew, no worries. You are correct, conditions for your trip were identical to those of my first visit in May of last year; four weeks earlier in the year than your trip this year.
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