September 23, 1990
We began this trip at Jack Lake going north on the trail to Wasco Lake, then taking the
Canyon Creek Meadows Trail.
At the meadows we kept to the south on a hiker’s trail which turned and climbed over
moraines past a glacial tam to the col just east of Three-Fingered Jack.
We stopped at the col to have lunch and enjoy the excellent views of Jack and Mt. Jefferson.
This is a beautiful spot.
After lunch we descended the slopes to the south of the col into the next valley, then turned
east and traveled cross-country through the open woods until we reached the Eastside Trail which
runs from Square Lake to Jack Lake.
Three miles or so on this dusty trail brought us back to Jack Lake.
Enjoying this outing were Ruth Blattler, Judith Engle, David Doucet, Arun Toke,
and John Mowat, leader.