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- Mosses hanging from all the trees glow in the sun and are a good indication of many rainy days.
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- Sometimes Oregon Grape leaves turn this beautiful shade of red. This is along the Pacific Crest Trail.
- Pacific Crest Trail signs markers are infrequently spaced along the trail.
- Bunker hill rises above the meadows in the Wind River Valley. The Pacific Crest Trail heads straight towards Bunker Hill from this portion of the trail.
- A nurse log along the trail provides nutrition for a new generation of trees.
- On the summit of Bunker Hill the trees have grown and obscured most of the views. Mt. Adams can barely be seen through the forest.
- On the top of Bunker Hill is a benchmark. The date is from 1946.
- There are some views to the east through the Douglas fir trees on the south end of the summit of Bunker Hill.
- Mt. Defiance can be seen to the south of Bunker Hill. Mt. Defiance is on the south side of the Columbia River.
- The rock promontory in the foreground is a great place to see the surrounding countyside.
- Mt. Hood pokes above the nearby mountains from near the top of Bunker Hill.
- Ravens fly through the skies enjoying the air currents.
- Mt. Adams rises above the nearby hills from near the top of Bunker Hill.
- Bunker hill provides a nice view of Wind River Valley and snow covered Mt. Defiance in the distance.