Monday, June 04, 2007

Tyler Peak & Greywolfe Ridge

Combine an unrelenting steep hike with access to an other-wordly ridge, 360 degree panoramic views, and the summit of a 6300+ foot peak, and you have the ingredients for a fine Sunday in the Buckhorn Wilderness.

My lasting impression of this hike is that of the Greywolfe Ridge. This ridge very simply has some of the most stunning, geologically interesting mountainscapes in the Olympics. I'll let the pictures tell the story. Oh...and thanks to Wade and Dave for allowing me to post a picture containing their likenesses.

If you have a relatively fast internet connection, I highly recommend clicking on each picture for a full screen view.

Volcanic Rock Formations

Magma-like Ridge Formation

A Pinnacle's View of Port Angeles

Tyler Peak Close-up

Above the Summit

Three O'Clock Ridge

High Mountain Meadow

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