High Note

There really aren’t too many words to describe the High Note trail we did from Whistler summit 2 weekends ago.  It was such a beautiful day and I’d wanted to do the 4 hour hike since we’d arrived here, so up we went.  The wildflowers were in full bloom and the sun was beating down.  It felt like an Australian summers day which was a delight!  We passed 3 lakes but couldn’t swim in any of them.  We put our feet in Harmony lake to cool down at the end but got numb in 3 seconds.  By the time we’d finished it had taken us longer than expected, but I took some great shots and it was definitely worthwhile.  Take a look.

Cheakamus Lake

Flute Summit

Singing Pass

Singing Pass

Towards Blackcomb Mountain

Symphony Lake

Symphony Lake

Harmony Lake

Harmony Lake

Harmony Lake

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One comment

  1. Wow!! What a stunning landscape!!

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