The end of the creek leads to the start of the hiking trail to Uluwehi Falls.
Along the hiking trail to Uluwehi Falls
The High Meadow Trail Road at one of the stream crossings.
Probably the largest creek crossing on the southern section of the Lost Coast Trail.
One of Harbor Flat's seals.
One of the stream crossings in Castle Valley.
Camped out at Guitar Lake, ready to start up Whitney very early the next morning. Mile 205.
Whitney Creek below Timberline Lake. Mile 203.
Looking towards Mt. Whitney from our campsite at Wright Creek, still two days away from the summit of Whitney. Mile 197.
Hikers climbing up to 13,200' Forester Pass. Mile 187.
Looking up towards Forester Pass and the Kern Divide. The trail follows some of the ridgeline above. Mile 187.
Passing the final lake on the climb up Pinchot Pass. Mile 160.
Just below Selden Pass, this small creek runs into Heart Lake. Mile 100.
Silver Pass Crossing
There are many lakes below Silver Pass, and rocks have been placed in the creeks leading out of them to ease your crossing. Mile 80.
A small footbridge crossing a stream originating higher up on Silver Pass. Mile 79.
Minaret Creek and our campside swimming hole, near Johnston Meadow. Mile 57.
Small cascades on Shadow Creek, which originates in the Ritter Range. Mile 48.
The trail follows Rush Creek for much of the time on the east side of Donahue Pass. Mile 38.
Mount Lyell is the highest peak in Yosemite National Park at 13,114'. Mile 36.
Up Donahue Pass
Red Mountain Heather on the slopes of the trail heading up to Donahue Pass. Mile 35.
Maclure Creek is a great camping spot to recharge before climbing Donahue Pass the following day. Mile 34.
Donahue Peak towering over Lyell Canyon and the Lyell Fork of the Tuolumne River. Mile 32.
Many stream/river crossings on the John Muir Trail can be made with dry feet, if you find the right place to cross and don't fall! Mile 30.