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Ronald Groth
(rgfooter) - MLife

Locale: Wisconsin
Wind River Range on 08/09/2010 18:43:54 MDT Print View

We began our journey at New Forks trailhead in the Wind River Range of Wyoming. Despite what you might think, there is water everywhere!River to Nowhere Lozier Lake Basin Lozier Lake basinThe other really awesome aspect is that the wildflowers have only two months to bloom and they do it all at once.Wildflowers More Wild Flowers New Fork flowersOur rest stop, Clark Lake, awaits in the distance.Clark Lake Evening at Clark Lake Clark lakeView of Green River Valley at sunset. Green River Valley sunsetThe trails were easy to follow, Leslie on the trail Green River pass Green River Passthe nights were cool and relatively bug free.Evening shadows Rim Lake viewed from Penny Lake notch Rim LakeWe had an excellent time!Ron & Leslie

Edited by rgfooter on 08/11/2010 13:25:11 MDT.

Scott Truong

Locale: Vancouver, BC
Nice. on 08/09/2010 18:52:16 MDT Print View

Wicked photos dude, I'm sure they don't do the scenery justice but thanks for sharing.

That area (Wind River Range) is on the top of my list, your photos cemented that sentiment.

Are the bugs normally bad?

George Matthews
(gmatthews) - MLife
Re: Wind River Range on 08/09/2010 20:01:34 MDT Print View

Great photos. Looked like a fantastic hike.

Eugene Smith
(Eugeneius) - MLife

Locale: Nuevo Mexico
"Wind River Range" on 08/09/2010 22:15:22 MDT Print View

Wow, thank you for those images, I needed a mountain fix. It's absolutely beautiful up there in Wyoming.

David Noll
(dpnoll) - MLife

Locale: Maroon Bells
Wind River on 08/10/2010 10:18:37 MDT Print View

Great pictures. I am pumped because we are headed there next week. Elkhart trailhead.

Ronald Groth
(rgfooter) - MLife

Locale: Wisconsin
wind rivers bugs on 08/10/2010 18:32:42 MDT Print View

I guess bugs are relative, we are from wisconsin, the bugs situation here this summer is horrible. i did not use any deet during the hike, so i guess the bugs were not bad. I have read reports that the bugs can be bad.

Scott Truong

Locale: Vancouver, BC
I"m from Manitoba.. on 08/10/2010 19:20:08 MDT Print View

OK, I see what you mean by relative. Yeah the bugs are horrible this year in those parts (the flies were the worst I've ever experienced).

Looked like a great trip. Maybe I'll get to do it early fall this year.

Ted E
(Mtn_nut) - MLife

Locale: Morrison, CO
very nice photos on 08/12/2010 01:58:40 MDT Print View

makes me want to take another trip up there before winter kicks in.

from my trips up there, the mosquitoes can be bad below 10k feet in the winds. above that, i find that its relatively bug free.