End Of The Trail...Er
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... through pine forests to alpine scenery, including a very small glacier on the side of Wheeler Peak and a tiny bit of last year's snow.
Stopped to book a Lehman cave tour for John for tomorrow, then on up the park road. Stopped at Mather (founder of USA NPs) Overlook at 9000 feet to look at a stand of old mahogany trees. On to the top of the road at 3090 metres, with views of Wheeler Peak at 3982 metres and its ...
... land, but not much water, so it is mostly used for grazing cattle.
A unique tree grows here - the Bristlecone Pine. It is a very hardy tree that only grows on the mountains between 9,500' and 11,000' high. They live to be 2,000 - 3,000 years old and are very gnarled. They cling to the soil or rocks and it is a wonder how they survive at all, ...
... fruit trees he planted. I of course had to pick some of his fruit and got about 7 very delicious pears. One of the missions of this park is to educate the public on the Great Basin which is a huge area - most of Nevada, big chunk of Utah and parts of Colorado, California and maybe other states too fall within this geological area. Hope you enjoy Jon's photos of this part of our ...
... parked the car at a little over 10,000 feet altitude, and made a two-hour hike to and from a bristlecone pine forest at about 11,000 feet. These bristlecone pines are the oldest known non-clonal organisms on earth. These trees live for thousands of years--the ...
... happened to coincide with the one hour free parking you get in the underground parking garage under the shopping mall next to Temple Square. What did we think about Salt Lake City? Well, let's put it this way, we can see why the city was never in the running for hosting the Rock and Roll Hall ...