Mt. Pilchuck (native american name, Red Water) Trail. Trailhead at 3100 to 5324 ft summit. 3 mile hike to the top. Needless to say we didn't make it to the summit, was starting to get too dark and we, two of my friends and I, didn't want to get caught out in the woods unprepared. Cougars, Bears, Coyotes, oh my. Defintely going back one day to make it all the way. I wish I had a digital slr, but we made do! The mountain speaks for itself. Our destination. Not even half way up the trail. An Ent lives! I hope some of you know what I'm talking about. Picture credit goes to Chris Le. Having a person in this makes the picture! Kriston, the look out summit is behind him shrouded in fog. So close, yet so far by trail standards. Chris Le. It is really difficult taking a picture of a trail. It either looks too flat or way too steep which is the case in this one. Dizzyingly steep! Me, Haley, and my Canon AE1 This photo was a group effort! All of us spotted it and crowded around the camera to make sure the shot was right. Just too gorgeous up on that mountain. "Hiking Feet" I call this one. Artsy shot on my car, does it work? Hope that's not too many pictures.