Monday, September 13, 2010

Blackett's Ridge

So, after my last adventures, I was finally able to make it to the top of Blackett's Ridge. It's almost 3 miles one way, for a total of 5.5 miles round trip. It's one of the tougher hikes that I've been on (Elevation gain 1600 feet, most of it in a mile), but that just makes for scenic views more quickly. So, here's some shots from my now successful trip up Blackett's Ridge.

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