These pictures are from a hike that Danny Dale and I took to Crater Lake in the Snowies.

Hiking at around 10,000 feet can always be interesting, even in June. On our drive to the trailhead we were hailed on, snowed on, and had to kick snowdrifts down so that we could drive safely over them in our Geo's and Saturn's. After this 17 mile (dirt road) drive we reached the trailhead. Our destination, Crater Lake,

The Trail

The Lake

The Snowy Mountain Range in the Distance

Crater Lake from Above