A few pictures

I am exploring the area east of Seattle. The snowline is at ~2000 ft. right now, so the higher stuff will have to wait until May+. It’s still good to get an idea of how trails are connecting and what access is like; the latter is tricky as my topomap doesn’t seem to be quite up-to-date with various closures in effect.

Around lake Washington.

Around Lake Washington.

A very high trestle bridge with hardly any sides made for a spooky view down into the river.

A very high trestle bridge with hardly any sides made for a spooky view down into the river.

Pushing my bike up some unnamed hill top - always good to turn around and see what might be in view: here Mt. Rainier.

Pushing my bike up some unnamed hill top – always good to turn around and see what might be in view: here Mt. Rainier.

After pushing my bike for 1 hour, some downhill fun was had.

After pushing my bike for 1 hour, some downhill fun was had.

Soft, slushy conditions made it feel very techy.

Soft, slushy conditions made it feel very techy.

View over to the Olympic peninsula. Not the best (clearest) day, but it was very nice to see some sunshine after a week of clouds.

View over to the Olympic peninsula. Not the best (clearest) day, but it was very nice to see some sunshine after a week of clouds.

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