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- Japanese Maples backlighted by the sun along the Sedum Ridge Trail.
- Trailhead picture in 2009. The trail is overgrown and the faint trail can barely be found.
- This bridge once carried horses with ease. Now it lies with its back broken from old age and heavy snows.
- This wood bridge spans a wet area along the trail. The lack of use shows but it is still sturdy.
- An old Department of Natural Resources sign slowly falls apart just downhill of the trail near where it meets the Pacific Crest Trail.
- On the Pacific Crest Trail there are views to the east of the distant mountains.
- Rocky cliffs along the trail mean good views if you can get to the top of the cliffs.
- A beautiful view of Mt. Hood from just above the Pacific Crest Trail.
- Western Hemlock (Latin name: Tsuga heterophylla) predominate the lower portions of this trail. Here is a picture of their soft, flat needles.
- Western Hemlock (Latin name: Tsuga heterophylla) predominate the lower portions of this trail. Here is a picture the gray bark of an older tree.
- Bunchberry or Canadian Dogwood (Latin name: Cornus Canadensis) in the fall with a ring of red berries resting on the green leaves.
- The Pacific Crest Trail near where it crosses the Forest Service Road.