Photo #1329 – 07.05.12
Yukon Walking Stick on Poet’s Ledge
My trusty walking stick that I picked up in the Yukon Territory along the banks of the Pelly River has been great to have along on many hikes. This particular hike was in the Catskills along the Long Path as it climbs toward Kaaterskill High Peak, and with the amount of elevation gain along the trail, my knees were likely appreciative of the ever-so-slight help of the walking stick. My lunch stop was at this rock outcrop called Poet’s Ledge, which offered a great view of the Kaaterskill Clove and the nearly 4,000-foot-high Black Dome and Blackhead mountain summits looming in the distance (just right of center in the photo).
Where will my Yukon walking stick travel to next?!?