It’s a six-and-a-half mile hike from the trailhead to the bluffs overlooking Beaver Creek on the western edge of Hercules Glades. I’ve been wanting to get a nice sunset picture from here for ages. It wasn’t going to happen today though, everything was very wishy-washy. I also hadn’t reckoned on how dense the foliage would be at the top of the bluff. There was only a couple of places where it was possible to get any sort of a view and they both involved getting a lot closer to the edge of the (200 ft.) bluff than I’m particularly comfortable with.
For some odd reason in the picture below I’m looking a bit cheeky. I have no idea why. I blame the altitude.
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