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The Salmon Trinity Alps Wilderness

The Trinity Alps Wilderness in northern California has some of the most spectacular and remote natural environments in America. Much of it has rarely been seen by people even today due to the rugged topography. There are deep glacial lakes in amphitheaters of granite, deep old growth forests that have never been seen by man, a gold mining history from the late 1800s, and legends of Bigfoot that keep the wilderness spirit alive and fresh for those that dare to adventure here.
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Alps panorama and Mirror Lake
Alps panorama and Mirror Lake
Dayhike across the shoulders of Thompson Peak
Dayhike across the shoulders of Thompson Peak
Thompson Peak
Thompson Peak
Rest stop, a roll in the meadow with Pika, and a great view!
Rest stop, a roll in the meadow with Pika, and a great view!
Easy walking on the distant slabs, Sawtooth Peak
Easy walking on the distant slabs, Sawtooth Peak
View into Canyon Creek from Grizzly's arete. Kalmia Lake on left ridgetop.
View into Canyon Creek from Grizzly's arete. Kalmia Lake on left ridgetop.
Canyon Creek view from Grizzly lake arete
Canyon Creek view from Grizzly lake arete
Sierra primrose and Cassiope
Sierra primrose and Cassiope
The climbers route up to the saddle to access Thompson peak and beyond on the Alps High Route
The climbers route up to the saddle to access Thompson peak and beyond on the Alps High Route
View from the saddle of Caesar and Thompson Peaks
View from the saddle of Caesar and Thompson Peaks
View from the saddle of Caesar and Thompson Peaks
View from the saddle of Caesar and Thompson Peaks
View towards Mt Hilton, and Rattlesnake cirque
View towards Mt Hilton, and Rattlesnake cirque
Cassiope heather, John Muir's favorite alpine flower near Thompson Peak
Cassiope heather, John Muir's favorite alpine flower near Thompson Peak
An ancient twisted Foxtail pine on the shoulder of Thompson Peak
An ancient twisted Foxtail pine on the shoulder of Thompson Peak
Twisted ancient foxtail pine and whitebark pines in Alps
Twisted ancient foxtail pine and whitebark pines in Alps
A meadow few ever see in the Trinity Alps
A meadow few ever see in the Trinity Alps
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