Big and Little Water

110 Pictures: 0-20 , 20-40 , 40-60 , 61-80 , 80-100 , 100-110

Mystery FlowerMystery Flower (07/09/2006)

MysteryMystery (07/09/2006) A geranium going to seed?

SaxifrageSaxifrage (07/09/2006) A blurry Saxifrage.

Saxifrage LeavesSaxifrage Leaves (07/09/2006) This picture shows the saxifrage leaves (you can see some tiny blurred Saxifrage flowers).

Little Water TrailLittle Water Trail (07/09/2006) The Little Water Trail in the Wasatch Mountains.

Monkey FlowerMonkey Flower (07/09/2006) This Monkey Flower is clinging to an old log.

Monkey FlowerMonkey Flower (07/09/2006) A monkey flower clinging to an old log.

Monkey FlowerMonkey Flower (07/09/2006) A monkey flower clinging to an old log.

Cow ParsnipCow Parsnip (07/09/2006) A different style of cows parsnip.

Western ConeflowerWestern Coneflower (07/09/2006) Coneflower growing along the Little Water Trail in Mill Creek Canyon.

YarrowYarrow (07/09/2006) Yarrow growing in the Little Water area of Mill Creek Canyon.

ColumbineColumbine (07/09/2006) A columbine (Aquilegia spp.) growing along the Little Water Trail in Mill Creek Canyon.

Columbine CloseupColumbine Closeup (07/09/2006) A Columbine (Aquilegia spp.) in the Little Water area of Mill Creek Canyon.

Mystery PlantMystery Plant (07/09/2006) There is a large number of yellow plants in the Mysteriaceae family.

Cow ParsnipCow Parsnip (07/09/2006) It is hard to miss the Cows Parsnip.

Little Water TrailLittle Water Trail (07/09/2006) The Little Water trail enters a section of aspen.

Waterleaf??Waterleaf?? (07/09/2006) Looks a bit like a waterleaf. This mysterious plant was found in the Little Water area of Mill Creek.

MysteryMystery (07/09/2006)

MysteryMystery (07/09/2006)

LupinLupin (07/09/2006) The distinctive spike of flowers from a Lupin.

110 Pictures: 0-20 , 20-40 , 40-60 , 61-80 , 80-100 , 100-110

Big and Little Water Trails

The Big and Little Water Trails at the top of the Mill Creek Canyon road is a popular place for enjoying wildflowers. The trails lead to Dog lake, and hook up with the Desolation Trail.

I usually take these trails on flower hunting expeditions, in which case I am looking down at the ground and not up at the scenery.

Context: Hiking

Mill Creek Canyon (193 pictures) The trails start at the end of Mill Creek Canyon road.

Wildflowers (123 pictures) This is a good place to find wildflowers.

Desolation Trail (71 pictures) The Big Water Trail connects with the Desolation Trail.

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