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Golden Alpine Larches in Headlight Basin, Alpine Lakes Wilderness, WA State
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Mount Stuart is visible on the skyline from Headlight Basin near the trail that leads to the alpine lake. Stands of golden Alpine Larches populate the basin and are a major late September, early October attraction for hikers. This panorama was shot among the larches near the trail from a prominent rock in Headlight Basin. The elevation here about 6,300 feet. It is early October and the larches have turned luminescent gold. This show will probably last another week or so before they lose all their needles in anticipation of the winter ahead.
Copyright: Bill Edwards
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 16486x8243
Taken: 03/10/2018
送信日: 04/10/2018
更新日: 15/10/2018
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Tags: hike; hikes; hiking; lake; lakes; trail; mountain; mountains; peak; peaks; alpine lakes wilderness; cascades; washington; lake ingalls; ingalls pass; pass; headlight basin; headlight creek; larch; larches; trees; mount stuart
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