Lost Creek Wilderness, Organ Pipe Rock on Hike Harmonica Arch Similitude 1-7
There is something magical and spiritual about Lost Creek Wilderness. Once you leave Goose Creek it’s all about paying attention to the surrounds and following the cairns where they lead you. Hiking up through the boulders I was grateful for the open finger fishing gloves I was wearing. warm as well.
Hiking up where the trail becomes cairns marking the way you ought to pay close attention to how the trail transverses the mountain with Organ Pipe Rock in view
Once you reach the summit before descending to the arch the 360’s are pretty incredible
Last look at Organ Rock for a bit in Lost Creek wilderness
One of the first of many cairns on the hike up
Yes the trail goes up through that
Looking back changes with every step in the climb in Lost Creek Wilderness
High I climb the further back out on the horizon I can see
Looking off to my left it’s very steep in Lost Creek Wilderness
There are some mammoth rocks on Hike Harmonica Arch Similitude 1-7
In several locations on the climb, the trail levels out in these very cool areas
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Definition of a Similitude