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The Mt Jefferson Wilderness

Located in northern Oregon, the Mt Jefferson Wilderness is one of my favorite places on the PCT. I first hiked there in Aug 1977, and only returned for the first time this Aug 2010. I returned again in Oct 2010 to hike a short 15 mile fire closure along the PCT.
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Mt Jefferson on S Breitenbush Crk trail
Mt Jefferson on S Breitenbush Crk trail
Bear lakes trail intersection closed!
Bear lakes trail intersection closed!
Mt Jefferson Wilderness closed!
Mt Jefferson Wilderness closed!
How can one close a wilderness!?!?
How can one close a wilderness!?!?
USFS Adrian enforcing the PCT fire closure!!
USFS Adrian enforcing the PCT fire closure!!
Meadow south of ___Lake
Meadow south of ___Lake
Meadow south of ___Lake
Meadow south of ___Lake
Mt Jefferson on a cold morning
Mt Jefferson on a cold morning
Drying out after 3 days of rain!
Drying out after 3 days of rain!
Fall colors in Jefferson park
Fall colors in Jefferson park
Mt Jefferson  Park on a fall day
Mt Jefferson Park on a fall day
Fall colors in Jefferson park
Fall colors in Jefferson park
Big Ben in Jeff Park
Big Ben in Jeff Park
Fall colors in Jefferson park
Fall colors in Jefferson park
Park ridge on a cold fall morning
Park ridge on a cold fall morning
Fall colors in Jefferson park
Fall colors in Jefferson park
Scout Lake on a cold fall morning
Scout Lake on a cold fall morning
Fall colors on Park Butte
Fall colors on Park Butte
Fall colors in Jefferson park
Fall colors in Jefferson park
Fall colors in Jefferson park
Fall colors in Jefferson park
Fall colors in Jefferson park
Fall colors in Jefferson park
Hidden waterfall on Park Ridge
Hidden waterfall on Park Ridge
View north towards Mt Hood from Park Ridge
View north towards Mt Hood from Park Ridge
Icy trees in the campsite on Park Ridge
Icy trees in the campsite on Park Ridge
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