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In between, were countless peaks and ridges and jagged bits of rock that I wished I could name.
When I was new to hiking, I was intimidated by the elevation gain, 3,950 feet.
From the parking lot, it starts to switchback almost immediately, and it continues doing so, through thick forest with few views, for about the first half of the hike.
The trail passes through a couple of meadows offering some pretty vistas.
There's lots of room to wander around, taking in the views and settling in for lunch.
The long descent was tiring on my legs, but I was too happy to care much.
Roundtrip, the hike is 8.2 miles with 3,950 miles of gain.
From Granite Falls, head east on the Mountain Loop Highway.
The air is cool, the bugs are gone and trails are quieter.
Matt Riggen, visitor information assistant for the Darrington Ranger District, said this trail offers bright big leaf maples on the lower trail and huckleberries and big views higher up.
For those who want a shorter trip, Riggen says a waterfall about 3 miles in is a convenient turnaround spot.
Wildlife officials say they are investigating the fatal shooting of an endangered California condor in northern Arizona.
The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service is looking into the Thursday shooting on the Kaibab Plateau.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department says the shooting was self-reported and the agency conducted a preliminary investigation.
Fish and Wildlife Service law enforcement personnel have taken it over.
California condors were listed as endangered in 1967.
They were reintroduced to northern Arizona in 1996.
About 70 condors are in a flock that roams the Arizona-Utah border.
The new Chinese-language sign had been up for only a few weeks outside George Gallegos' personal injury law office in Monterey Park when a 7-foot-tall tourist from Beijing walked through the door. Taishan Dong was on his honeymoon, and he wanted information about green cards for him and his new