Following the others up Darwin Canyon.
Almost to the place where we started hiking from.
Cori, Rob, Agnes, Tom and Joe, me at the trailhead.
On the trail near the start of the hike.
Heading to the saddle north of the peak.
While we were hiking up the canyon, two T-38s flew by in the valley below us.
Second T-38 flying by.
Looking back at our vehicles.
We took a short break at the saddle.
Almost to the peak.
Marker on the peak.
Group shot on Zinc Hill.
View of the northern end of the Panamint Valley. Panamint Valley Resort is in the center of the photo.
Zoomed in on the Panamint Valley Resort.
Panamint Dry Lake
Rogars and Telescope Peaks.
Tom reflexing on the peak.
Cori signing the register.
Rob and Agnes.
The peak register.
We could see the snow covered Sierras in the distance.
While we were on the peak, a F/A-18 flew over. Always enjoy seeing the jets in the Panamint Valley area.
Starting down off the peak.
Back on the saddle.
Heading down the canyon.
View down the canyon.
Zoomed in the vehicles at the trailhead.
Back at the trailhead. It was a short hike, but it had nice views and the jets were great.
Driving back down to Darwin Canyon.
After the hike, Tom showed us a place that had some pictographs.
On the way, we passed by a old camp.
This one looked like a tree.
The sheep are my favorites.
Ploished rocks from grinding grain.
This one looks like a sun.
More sheep and a person.
Tom found a rock that looks like it might be a tool, maybe it was used the make some of the pictographs.