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Link to Hiking the Ruby Mountains Web Site for in-depth coverage of the Ruby Mountains
and East Humboldt Wilderness areas.
Additional photos can be viewed at Hidden Lakes and Verdi Lake Photo Albums. Currently 400 additional photos are available as 18 photos per page view (default) or switched to "View by Slideshow" for individual larger photos. The photo locations, however, are not identified. They display more or less in sequence along the routes to various destinations which may result in little variation between some photo sequences. It is not necessary to select an individual album since photos from both are combined. Two hundred photos from the Hidden Lakes album provide photos of Hidden Lakes, North Furlong, Liberty, Lamoille, Greys, Overland, Dollar and Island lakes. Two hundred photos from the Verdi Lake album provide photos of Verdi, Lost, Echo, Liberty, Favre, Island, Boulder, Steele, Cold and Overland lakes, and Liberty Pass.
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Links to Hiking the Ruby Mountains Web Pages...
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Part 1, Hiking the Ruby Mountains Web Site
Part 2, Other Wilderness Areas
Part 2 Supplement, Other Wilderness Areas, Photos and Information
Part 3, Outfitters and Pack Trips
Part 3 Supplement, Outfitters, Pack Trips, Thomas Canyon, Right Fork Canyon and Ruby Valley
Part 4, Hiking the Ruby Crest Trail with Lynda Mellows and Rosanne Baker
Part 5, Birdeye Lake, Overland Lake, Lake Peak, Smith Lake, Clover Valley and Cave Creek
Part 6, Hiking Difficulty Comparison Chart
Part 7, C-47 and B-17 Military Aircraft Crash in the East Humboldt Mountain Range
View Photo Page, Hole in the Mountain--East Humboldts
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