Sonora Pass today

posted May 19, 2018, 4:20 PM by Paul Wagner
Since M is laid up with tendonitis in her heel, we're not doing a lot of hiking for now.  Grrrrr.  But that didn't stop us from driving up to Sonora Pass to take a look around today.  

The snow level is about 8500 feet on the North facing  slopes, but 1000 feet higher on Southern ones.  And the streams are plenty full of water.  

Here's a photo looking up from the 8000 foot level along Highway 108 today--not a snowbank in sight!


But there is a lovely cascade right here on the South side of the Highway, and after lunch P clambered around to get a better view:


And when he returned to our picnic soot, he took this shot of M, hiding her Velcro boot...


We'll post a link to the rest of the photos, including a short video of the cascade, when we get back on our desktop.


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