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- Mt. St. Helens viewed from near the June Lake Trailhead. The end of September is usually the best time for fall colors along this trail.
- June Lake has a wide, shallow shore which is just right for wading. The lake is surprisingly clear for having this shallow shoreline.
- This section of the June Lake Trail is just above June Lake. You can see the recent trail maintenance in September 2010 has restored the tread.
- The junction of the June Lake Trail and the Loowit Trail is below timberline as you can see from this shaded trail sign.
- Some places on the Loowit Trail are overgrown and here you can barely tell the trail goes through these Vine Maples.
- The Loowit Trail is in the lower portion of this photo of Mt. St. Helens. One of the trail markers can be seen if you look closely for a faded orange marker.
- Mt. Hood appears to the south as the Loowit Trail winds around Mt. St. Helens.
- Jasmine sits on a wheel that was sliced from a deadfall across the trail. This shows how big around many of the trees are in this area.
- June Lake showing the waterfall that feeds the lake. This lake is a popular snowshoe destination because it usually stays ice-free.