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Little Baldy slide show
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Little Baldy slide show
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Little Baldy slide show
Little Baldy slide show
Little Baldy slide show
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Little Baldy slide show

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More pictures, different hike, but still in Sequoia National Park.

More pictures, different hike, but still in Sequoia National Park.

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  • 1. The Trail to Little Baldy
    at Sequoia National Park
    
    © Michael L Brown, 2011
    This slide show features the pictures I took when I went on another walk in Sequoia National Park on Labor Day weekend, 2011. The trail started at the side of the General’s Highway, and led to Little Baldy, a granite dome at the top of a high mountain ridge.
    Click arrows to advance or reverse pages, click on pictures to view high resolution Picasa versions.
  • 2. The Trail to Little Baldy at Sequoia National Park
    Page 2
    The trail to Little Baldy climbed up the mountain gradually, and was not terribly difficult. It was a thickly wooded area with lush grass and evergreen trees of many varieties and ages.
  • 3. The Trail to Little Baldy at Sequoia National Park
    Page 3
    At the first part of the trail you could see Big Baldy to the Northwest.
  • 4. The Trail to Little Baldy at Sequoia National Park
    Page 4
    As the trail climbed higher, the view on the side reached farther.
  • 5. The Trail to Little Baldy at Sequoia National Park
    Page 5
    The trail was like a garden.
  • 6. The Trail to Little Baldy at Sequoia National Park
    Page 6
    The Monarch Butterflies criss-crossed the trail in slow motion.
  • 7. The Trail to Little Baldy at Sequoia National Park
    Page 7
    I picked up a still moth, but broke her wing.
  • 8. The Trail to Little Baldy at Sequoia National Park
    Page 8
    I thought a deer would like this trail.
  • 9. The Trail to Little Baldy at Sequoia National Park
    Page 9
    I was right.
  • 10. The Trail to Little Baldy at Sequoia National Park
    Page 10
    These two does were quite tame,and posed for me like a couple of fashion models.
  • 11. The Trail to Little Baldy at Sequoia National Park
    Page 11
    As I topped the ridge, I started to see the country on the other side. Wow!
  • 12. The Trail to Little Baldy at Sequoia National Park
    Page 12
    A little further and the continental divide appeard in the distance.
  • 13. The Trail to Little Baldy at Sequoia National Park
    Page 13
    There are some interesting places up there!
  • 14. The Trail to Little Baldy at Sequoia National Park
    Page 14
    As I approached the dome, the beauty of Sequoia National Park flowed toward me like waves at the beach.
  • 15. The Trail to Little Baldy at Sequoia National Park
    Page 15
    Almost to the top! (I had gained about 750 feet in altitude from my car.)
  • 16. The Trail to Little Baldy at Sequoia National Park
    Page 16
    I made it. Still a dork.
  • 17. The Trail to Little Baldy at Sequoia National Park
    Page 17
    On a clearer day, you could see the central valley In that direction (Southwest).
  • 18. The Trail to Little Baldy at Sequoia National Park
    Page 18
  • 19. The End
    
    Photography and text by Mike L B - © 2011.

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