Adventurer | 256 pts
Got to the trail around 10:00 and the morning fog was thick keeping the air cool for the quick incline you begin with. by the time I reached the lake, I was in the cloud and some what damp but warm from the climb. just past skirting the left side of the lake I was above the clouds and It was another beautiful summer day. the trail is rough and the small granite rocks are very sharp, I tend to rock my five finger toe shoes and trail runner so soft footed people beware, parts of the final climb are smooth, steep, and soft soil making for a very slick climb which can quickly become a scramble. the view was amazing from the top as the morning fog burned from the valleys after noon.
Loved the incline and was all in all a good leg burner