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- Wyeth Trailhead in the Columbia River National Scenic Area.
- Second growth trees along the lower section of Wyeth Trail.
- Looking west along the Wyeth trail.
- Harphan Creek as it tumbles down the mountainside on the Wyeth Trail.
- Harphan Creek as it crosses the trail on its noisy way down to the Columbia River on the Wyeth Trail.
- The Columbia River and Douglas Fir trees frame Mt. St. Helens to the north.
- As the Wyeth Trail continues go gain elevation, features that first were above are now below you. This is the same rock face that was seen from the first open views from the trail.
- Silverback Luina (Latin name: Luina hypoleuca) has silver gray leaves that are kind of oval shaped. The clusters of flowers are white and it likes to grow on rocky areas a ways above the Columbia River.
- A few Tiger Lillies (Latin name: Lilium columbianum) grow along the trail providing a bright splash of orange along the Wyeth trail in the late spring.
- The Wyeth trail passes through a rock-strewn clearing and you can see the radio tower on top of Mt. Defiance to the east.
- Queen's Cup (Latin name: Clintonia uniflora) has almost strap-like leaves coming from the ground and 6-petaled white flowers. This is a member of the Lilly family.
- North Lake has a grassy shoreline on the far side of the lake. You can expect to see fish jumping to catch bugs.
- Trail junction sign for the side trail to Rainy Lake. This short side trail goes to a lake with nice views of Green Point Mountain.
- Rainy Lake has nice views of Green Point Mountain. The lake is shallow and warms up for swimming.
- A rustic trail sign showing the side trail to North Lake on the Wyeth Trail.