The highline trail starts at Logan Pass, elevation 6646ft. We hiked 7 miles on the trail. This was the highlight of the trip.
The trail starts on a cliff cut.
Our leader Magen explaining the different rocks.
Trail follows a sloop after the cliff cut.
Views were spectacular
Showing hikers along the cliff.
Rocks left from an avalanche
The flat mountain (Haystack Mountain) was our destination.
Bear grass only blooms every 7-11 years. This was a banner year.
Another spectacular view
Marmots are large squirrels
Marmots typically live in burrows (often within rockpiles), and hibernate there through the winter. Most marmots are highly social and use loud whistles to communicate with one another, especially when alarmed.
My favorite view
Meadow of bear grass
Our lunch break.
On the way back