July 27, 1974
This was another substitute trip to a mountain in the Fall Creek area.
This mountain is a little over 4700 ft. in elevation and completely free of snow.
It has a very large area on top where Bear Grass is blooming along with Tiger Lilies
and other flowers.
It also has a very good view of Diamond Peak to the left and to the right we saw
Lookout Point Dam.
The trail is an abandoned section of the old Alpine Trail.
It starts out in a cutting area, then through timber, another cutting area and
We were a party of eight and with cutting tools we did a very good job of cutting
back brush thus exposing a good trail tread.
The following people were with
Helen Smith, leader: