Grizzly Peak—Mt. Jeff Wilderness
June 19, 1977
A highly spirited group of 16 hikers climbed 2,699 feet to the summit of
Grizzly Peak located in the Mt. Jefferson Wilderness area.
On the way we had rest stops at Pamelia Lake, at the lovely, bubbling waterfall
half way up and then almost to the top when Mt. Jefferson comes into full view in
Surprisingly, there were no mosquitos but we did come upon a happy toad, drifts
of snow on the trail, Ralph Nafziger and a group of Chemeketans going to Hunts
Cove for the day, spectacular vistas, and a few blisters to remind us of where
we’d been when we got home.
A very enjoyable day.
We were out to the cars by 4:00 & on our way home in heavy traffic.
Glenn, Cindy, Dave and Ann Meares,
Mike and Cindy Wright.