Navaho Pass Professional Review and Guide
"This route covers some of the best of the Teanaway Country, offering high alpine splendor and lush riparian habitats. Visit early for acres of wildflowers, or late for autumn colors—the vine maples are brilliant red, the cottonwoods and alders bright yellow, and the few scattered larches are glowing spires of gold.
Beyond the trees, you’ll gawk at vast walls of granite towering on all sides. Deer graze the valley bottoms, while mountain goats prance on the ridge tops. Overhead, turkey vultures, eagles, and hawks soar on the mountain thermals. What more could any hiker want?"