Along the Cow Creek Trail stands the rock formation known as Rabbit Ears.
Bridal Veil Falls
Ypsilon Lake reflects the first light of day from the Donner Ridge.
Sunset casts a golden light on Ypsilon Lake.
Ypsilon Falls tumbles into a chasm on the west side of the lake.
Roaring River carries the run off from Lawn Lake on its run to the Alluvial Fan. The damage caused by the 1982 Lawn Lake Dam break can clearly be seen.
When the dam broke the rushing waters ripped this 30 foot deep gouge into the earth.
Roaring River Washout
This view of the washout looks down the gouge toward the Alluvial Fan.
Lawn Lake stands in an alpine valley nearly 11,000 feet above sea level.
500 feet above Lawn Lake, Crystal Lake hangs in a glacier bowl in Rocky's NE corner.
The trail to Crystal Lake features many beautiful falls.
Crystal Lake's runoff froms a rushing cascade.
Early morning light burns the mountains above Lost Lake.
For a final brief moment the light of the new day fires the peaks while wind swept Lost Lake takes on a rosy tint.
Rosy Finger Dawn glows over a lodge pole pine forest near Lost Lake.
Storm clouds begin to gather near Lost Lake.
Evenings glow creates a reflection of lodge pole pines in the still waters of Lost Lake.