PNT Day 2. Stony Indian Pass. July 10, 2019

15.9 miles
Lake Janet Campsite

Wildflowers and views ruled the day.

Looking back on Lake Mokowanis

At Stony Indian Pass I found a bunch of hikers I had met this morning in camp.

And then it was down the other side

The PNT joins the CDT for a few miles around Waterton Lake. That was great for memories of the last few miles of my 2012 hike.

Waterton Lake

Lake Janet and my campsite just beyond the lake

6 thoughts on “PNT Day 2. Stony Indian Pass. July 10, 2019

  1. Warren

    Stunning views.

    Was wondering how you got that great shot of yourself, then you mentioned the others out there. Hope you are having an awesome time.

    Reply

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