Heading towards Sonara Pass.
High up and very cold and windy as we look down onto the north of Lake Tahoe.
I almost forgot to post this with the recent heavy snow falls distracting our attention. It’s snowed again, and heavily, during the night and at much lower elevations than those of the trail. We’re pondering what to do but may sit tight in South Tahoe for a day or so as the weather is meant to turn warm again.
High on a mountain rim in the Plumas Wilderness.
The weather is changing with the recent heatwave breaking to become cooler and thundery.
With the distant Mt Shasta behind us.
We’ve just walked across Oregon, missing the trail sections around Mt Jefferson and Crater Lake which were closed due to fires. The distance walked to this point is around 321 miles. A distance which is really nothing compared to the northbound hikers who’ve just crossed California!
Heading down the mountain towards Miller Lake.
First night in the middle of nowhere after climbing from 222 to 4250ft.