Quehanna Trail Backpack, PA
Photos by Michael Juskelis and Pat Roberts, 2006/10/21-23.
Porcupine Run proved more difficult to cross (about 8 times) than it was back in August.
The Falls of Sanders Run were magnificent!
Sunrise at our first camp. [Pat Roberts]
To the west of camp, we had a rainbow! [Pat Roberts]
View from the Little Fork Vista.
Lumpkin Pumpkin made an appearance!
Laurel Run also put on a display. We missed the best shots because of tricky footing on the trail.
Lumpkin Pumpkin enjoys hiking in the snow.
We saw no elk on this trip but this was a pretty impressive white tailed deer. [Pat Roberts]
View of Beaver Run Bogs. The yellow trees are conifers, possibly in the Larch family, and lose their needles every year.
The Beaver Run Low Water Impoundment, as another snow squall threatens.
Lumpkin Pumpkin and his minions before breaking camp. [from Saki]
Will the real Lumpkin Pumpkin please stand up!
Also see Saki's pictures and trip report.
Also see Pat's pictures.
Other pictures from Quehanna Trail:
More information about Quehanna Trail:
MidAtlanticHikes.com: Hike description and trail map of Quehanna Trail - 19.5 mile Backpack
MidAtlanticHikes.com: Hike description and trail map of Quehanna Trail NE - 27.5 mile Backpack
PAHikes.com: Hike description and trail map of Quehanna Trail
Sierra Club Howard County Group: