- Polallie Ridge: first 2.5m have been cleared. Beyond, there are intermittent blowdowns with the exception being .5m of solid blowdowns on the descent, northbound, down to Waptus Pass (photos below).
- PCT: four blowdowns and some light brush starting at 3700' (on descent).
- Waptus River: handful of blowdowns, overall trail is in good shape if not a little rocky from horse wear. The ford is knee deep but slow and clear.
|Four different Wilderness areas the last four weekends|
|Columbine on Polallie Ridge|
|First meadow on Polallie Ridge, Hour Creek headwaters|
|Second meadow, unnamed creek headwaters|
|Polallie Ridge trail and former lookout site|
|Former lookout site|
|Beginning of blowdowns past the old lookout on descent to Waptus Pass|
|Frog in Quick Creek at Waptus Pass|
|Some backpacker is going to be upset|
|Waptus Lake from the PCT|
|PCT looking toward Mt. Daniel in the clouds|
|Spade Creek falls|
|Waptus River ford|