Cathedral Peak and Lake.
After pack checks, a gormet stir-fry backpack dinner. 9-10-07
Getting water from an artesian spring. 8-14-06
Entering the Cathedral Lake Basin. 8-14-06
Doffing our boots for the soggy walk across Cathedral Meadow. 7-15-11
Our Granite Cathedral Lake Basin.
Approaching Cathedral Lake.
The view from our first night's campsite.
Cathedral Lake Swim. 8-27-07
A swim and some clean laundry washes the miles away. 8-27-07
Lakelet in the Cathedral Basin.
Painting with Light at Cathedral Lake
A happy camper.
Late afternoon reflection.
Cathedral Peak guards over our home for the night.
Cathedral Peak from our walk around the lake to Marmotville where we get snow for evening libations..
Domes overhead at Cathedral Lake.
White Mountain Heather - John Muir's favorite flower.
John Muir called flowers, "Gentle Mountaineers face to face with the stormy sky kept safe and warm by a thousand miracles" - just like you and just like me.
Kim, warming up on the granite after a swim.
White Mountain Heather.
Afternoon walk around the lake.
Red Mountain Heather.
Sunset on our evening walk up Medlicott Dome. 8-9-07
Taking in the sunset on Medlicott Dome.
Echo Peaks and Mr. Moon. I call this "Wish upon a Moon."
Alpen Glow on Echo Peaks.
Alpenglow on Echo Peaks from Cathedral Lake.
Mike's tree on Medlicott Dome with Tenaya Peak and Tenaya Lake, our destinations on Sunday, in the background.
Cathedral Lake outlet on a magical evening.
Evening alpenglow on Cathedral Peak.
Evening walk to see the sunset.
Guide Mike checking out the evening sunset reflection on Cathedral Lake.
A great place for morning coffee - Cathedral Lake.
Rarely do we get the privileged of seeing our neighbor, Mr. Bear.
Sometimes we just see his tracks.
Two paws. One's Mike's. One's Yogi's.
Tresider Peak above Cathedral Pass.
Map and Compass
Storm in the Cathedral.