Is it possible the water body view is taken from a side other than that which the short stub trail delivers a hiker to?
At first, I did not believe so, but in thinking about it, I'm not sure now. I was thinking this was taken right where the stub trail met the meadow, but now I'm wondering if I took this one from around the side. A clue - the point at which this trail hits the meadow is REALLY brushy - REALLY. A jungle almost.
No one appears to be interested, so I'll just tell everyone. This was taken from the short spur trail off off Old Baldy down to Squaw Lakes. The trail starts off pretty good, but by the time it gets to the meadows it is pretty faint and the part that opens into the first meadow is REALLY, REALLY brushy. Cool place to explore in the fall, though. Wouldn't want to do it early in the year - WAY too wet.
Someone else can post a photo if they want.
OK this is an abandoned trail NOT in a wilderness, although it came from one behind me. I found this piece many years ago looking for a waterfall (There wasn't one). In researching this trail afterwards, I came across a Donovan post from a very long time ago indicating he'd found this exact spot.
Big hint: There is a paved road in the background behind the rocky hump.
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