Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Not the Chuckanut Range - but a Reminder to Enjoy the Fall

Fall is coming soon to the Cascade Range. So many of us love this time of year that I thought I would send this out to all of you as a reminder that the Larch Trees are turning colors in the high Cascades and will be at their peak in the not too distant future.

Call the good people at the US Forest Service or North Cascades National Park for information on the peak colors.

This photo is from the Enchantment Lakes region of the Alpine Lakes Wilderness outside of Leavenworth, Washington, but Larch can be found up on the North Cascades Highway as well.

Stop by the NCNP headquarters in Sedro-Wooley and visit their bookstore or visit Village Books locally in Bellingham.

We have some time before peak colors in the Chuckanut Range so gain some altitude and attitude for the North Cascades.


Prusik Peak and Larch Tree ©Paul K. Anderson

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