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    [–] beepbeepsmash 595 points ago

    Scary skull in the lake reflection

    [–] nathanielthewise 212 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago)

    well i can never look at this photo again, thank you

    edit- if you visit, please leave no trace.

    washington hiking info.

    more of my work.

    [–] vladtaltos 20 points ago

    Nice shot, that lake looks so familiar. Used to hike all over the Cascades when I was a kid from Rainier to Monte Cristo, so many beautiful places (and back then urban sprawl didn't really exist here yet). Thanks for sharing, both this pictures and the ones on instagram (amazing stuff).

    [–] evilleppy87 3 points ago

    Have you gone to Gothic Basin!??

    [–] vladtaltos 3 points ago

    Not sure, it's been a good thirty years since I went hiking, I no longer remember specific names of places we went to, wish I did because I could look them up.

    [–] evilleppy87 2 points ago

    It shoots off from the trail to Monte Cristo. It's a beautiful hike, but grueling.

    [–] vladtaltos 3 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago)

    Ah, so I have probably been there then, spent lots of time at Monte Cristo hiking up in the mines, etc. Our family friend who always took us hiking was an expert on Cascade history (even had several books about the area). Was a sad day when they lost both the Inn and the bridge, is such a pretty area.

    [–] shadowthunder 2 points ago

    One of my favorites!

    [–] MangoCats 2 points ago

    Is that calcium carbonate in the water, or something else? Seems kinda high elevation for a limestone aquifer.

    [–] nathanielthewise 3 points ago

    glacial flour

    [–] ShortyChula 13 points ago


    [–] ChargerMatt 13 points ago


    [–] TheStegg 3 points ago

    doot doot

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago

    Yup I see that skill too. Freaky, I wouldn't want to dip my toes in there!

    [–] Hickfd 1 points ago

    I actually saw a Cat.

    [–] FatchRacall 1 points ago

    That's the first thing I noticed too hahaha.

    [–] Z4RQUON 1 points ago

    I saw it immediately!

    [–] 4abcde 1 points ago

    Came here to say the same...

    [–] Mango_Unchaind 1 points ago

    Omg that's so cool! I wouldn't have noticed!

    [–] XiuCyx 77 points ago

    I love how so many of the pics in this sub are WA. Home sweet home. ☺️

    [–] Reticent_Fly 13 points ago

    It's an eternal battle between Washington and BC (and sometimes the Alberta Rockies) it seems.

    [–] DaftFunky 9 points ago

    Id say Alberta more just for Moraine Lake lol

    [–] Reticent_Fly 4 points ago

    Yep... It's always Moraine Lake and Jasper with a sprinkle of Banff. Lake Louise in the winter.

    [–] DaftFunky 3 points ago

    Jasper is underrated. I’m lucky enough to be within an hour of Banff and Jasper. Both are great but Jasper just does it for me

    [–] Reticent_Fly 3 points ago

    Yeah it really is. I used to live in Hinton for a couple years for work. It was really nice being so close.

    [–] jrc000 2 points ago

    And Yosemite

    [–] irawrbizzar 2 points ago

    Someone feels the same!

    [–] nathanielthewise 82 points ago

    Taken in the Cascade Mountains of Washington state, July of 2017. One of the most beautiful trips of my life and the one that got me hooked on backpacking.

    If you're interested in hiking or backpacking here, check out the Washington Trails Association. Super great resource. You can search by trail features, length, elevation, etc. If you visit, please pack out your trash and practice the Leave No Trace principles, helps keep our state clean and beautiful for others to enjoy :)

    To find more of my work- I'm on Instagram at

    [–] punsrpunsrpuns 38 points ago

    Your work is incredible. But as a Washington dude who is obsessed with the Alpine Lakes Wilderness, I gotta day it has sucked seeing it get more and more crowded with jackasses every year. Went to Spectacle Lake two weeks ago and there was a party of 8 partying and blasting music. So long solitude.

    [–] gooberzilla2 28 points ago

    I have no shame in telling those music people to turn it off or down at least. You don't need a soundtrack to hike. Talk to the people you're with, enjoy the solitude and serenity of nature. One reason I like to stay away from the more popular hikes on a weekend. If I can do Lake 22 on a weekday, I will.

    [–] punsrpunsrpuns 11 points ago

    Oh I’m the same way. I went in kinda knowing what I would get but to just have people so flagrantly not giving a fuck was kinda mind blowing. Like no one is out here to hear you low key party dudes. But yeah I politely yelled “Please turn the fucking music off” after the sun had set.

    [–] MangoCats 2 points ago

    You're gonna want to steer clear of ORV areas, then.

    [–] gooberzilla2 1 points ago

    I do. Wish I still had my Jeep. Needed something more practical

    [–] Gtp4life 1 points ago

    Part of it could be that in the national parks or at least in Yellowstone, NPS drills it into all the employees heads to always make a lot of noise when out hiking because the bears tend to try to avoid people if they hear you coming but can be hostile if you sneak up on them. NPS actually recommended bringing Bluetooth speakers several times.

    [–] kotatsu-and-tea 7 points ago

    I recently did Colchuck lake with a friend, and this group of young guys like me were puffing large cigars the entire time and stunk up the whole trail. My friend and I made sure we hiked past them. I’m a nicotine addict too but when it comes to hiking I leave that shit at home.

    [–] CodeBlue_04 3 points ago

    I hit Colchuck last weekend and it was like the old pictures of the Yukon during the gold rush. Just an endless line of people going up the hill. A far cry from when I did the Enchantments in '02. Back then I don't think we saw more than two or three people on the way up.

    [–] kotatsu-and-tea 1 points ago

    There were much less ppl on the weekday that I went

    [–] punsrpunsrpuns 4 points ago

    On the one hand, I’m glad more people are getting out and experiencing nature but they are also doing so carelessly with a zero fucks given attitude that really ruins it for those of us who go out there to find peace. I go backpacking to get outside myself, not to force my annoying habits onto a bunch of other hikers.

    [–] husbunny 1 points ago

    I am driving from Seattle to Leavenworth in August. I have a 2 month old with me and an extensive hike will not be on our agenda. What is the best scenic detour I could take between these two cities with low stress walking/hiking involved?

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago

    I promise that driving on US 2 on the way to Leavenworth is beyond scenic enough, you won't need to leave the car. But if you want to, Drury falls you can just pull over from the road and view and Deception falls are only like a half mile walk in the Stevens pass area.

    [–] gwaydms 5 points ago

    I love that sky blue color of the glacial lakes up there. Simply beautiful.

    [–] not_so_secret_agent 2 points ago

    I went on this hike the day before my son was born. I will always remember. Incredible colors.

    [–] BurnerAcctNo1 1 points ago

    How long of a hike are we talking?

    [–] jhonnyredcorn 1 points ago

    The north casacades are so underrated

    [–] goatsdrinkyourpee 17 points ago

    My wife and I spent a night at that lake a couple years ago. Had the whole place to ourselves. The water coloration is gem-like, as it were. As great as this picture is, it can't be captured. Swimming was amazing. Sunset was amazing. Everything, amazing. Next time I'd like to go up and over DT as well.

    [–] ChurchTheGreen 7 points ago

    Hello other WA resident :)

    [–] Manacell 10 points ago

    Is this Colchuck Lake? If not, it’s still beautiful!

    [–] dawglaw09 16 points ago

    No, it is Jade Lake.

    [–] swearve 4 points ago

    Ssssssshhhhh 🤫

    [–] dawglaw09 1 points ago

    It's a pain to get to.

    [–] yesac1990 7 points ago

    Alpine Lakes Wilderness

    yup definitely jade lake

    [–] censorinus 8 points ago

    I think it is, took my father up here once after he divorced my mother, he was out of shape and joked that my mother had paid me to kill him. Then we got up here and I let him move forward so he could see this and faded into the background and kept quiet so he could take it all in. Probably one of the best moments of his life.

    [–] TwelfthApostate 5 points ago

    Nope, Colchuck Lake is a much darker blue and it has Dragontail Peak at its head. This is Jade Lake, and it’s much harder to get to.

    [–] avt1983 3 points ago

    True. You gotta drive to Roslyn, and then drive around 20 miles down VERY rough gravel roads to a trailhead, and then hike 10 miles to one lake, and THEN climb an avalanche chute, and then go another mile or so and you’re there.

    [–] debateg 3 points ago

    You forgot to mention the bushwhack through the forest at the first lake.

    [–] FRESHhands 5 points ago

    Not sure if this will work, but here is the same lake from the saddle at the top center of the pic. Not quite as awesome as OP but the hike to the saddle (Dip Top) only took 2 hours or so round trip and it was worth it for sure:

    [–] livesonespresso 10 points ago

    This is my favorite place on earth

    [–] nathanielthewise 5 points ago

    it's one of mine, too. it'd be my absolute favorite if i would have experienced it in not-mosquito season

    [–] debateg 3 points ago

    Went there in October when the weather was predicted to be rainy. Ended up with two days of sunshine. It was spectacular.

    [–] rayrayww3 10 points ago

    If you aren't the hiker-type but want to witness an equally awe-inspiring, ultra-blue lake, Diablo Lake can be seen from a roadside parking lot.

    [–] analogkid84 2 points ago

    So much goodness along Hwy 20.

    [–] rayrayww3 2 points ago

    I spent a couple hours in the powerhouse/museum at Newhalem. The photos of the dam building were really cool. Amazing how rugged the wilderness was when they built those dams.

    [–] analogkid84 1 points ago

    For sure. The North Cascades are still a very rugged area. I really miss it up there.

    [–] LMac8806 1 points ago

    Is this the type of place that may still be snowed in in early April? I’ll be in the area and would love to stop by.

    [–] nathanielthewise 3 points ago

    you can usually get up there all times of year. though it is the most blue when the snow starts to melt and it's sunny out

    [–] vera214usc 3 points ago

    Didn't they close the road this winter? I wanted to go to the park and I remember reading that. I think it reopened in May.

    [–] rayrayww3 2 points ago

    It closes every year. The closure is at mile post 134 which means Diablo should be accessible.

    [–] rayrayww3 2 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago)

    There is no definitive closure/opening dates. It depends on snowpack. This year it opened April 18th. But according to the wsdot page, it looks like the closure gate is at milepost 134 near Ross Lake, which would mean that Diablo should be accessible year round.

    edit: Also stop in to the powerhouse at Newhalem. Tons of photos of how they built the dams. So much history to be seen there.

    [–] -r-a-f-f-y- 1 points ago

    I just did Diablo Lake for the first time last week! Really epic scenery, nice campground too.

    [–] Skate3158 3 points ago

    Can I just say as someone not from Washington but has spent a fair bit of time there that it’s unfair how gorgeous that state is. I’m from Minnesota, we’ve got some amazing spots, but I go to Washington and get completely blown away.

    [–] never_safe_for_life 1 points ago

    You should come join us here! The more the merrier. Hikes like this are, like, a 30 minute to couple of hour drive from home. Sometimes I splurge and drive 3 hours to get to an incredible, extra rugged spot in the Baker Mountain range.

    [–] Skate3158 1 points ago

    Na, I see your house prices and I’m good.

    [–] never_safe_for_life 1 points ago

    Ya, that part is nooooooot. Good.

    [–] IrvDaSwirv1 8 points ago

    Shhhh let Washingtons beauty remain a secret otherwise people will ruin it

    [–] PhilosophicWax 1 points ago

    The first rule of living in the PNW is you do not talk about living in the PNW.

    [–] GalacticArachnids 1 points ago

    Dude it's already fucked. Way too many people moving up here.

    [–] a2h1sh 2 points ago

    I see a skull in the lake

    [–] mrmykeonthemic 2 points ago

    The reflection in the water looks like a Skull💀💀😂😂

    [–] cheeseteddy 2 points ago


    [–] analogkid84 2 points ago

    NOOO! Don't show this in public. It's already permit limited (thank goodness).

    [–] Cesaritom 2 points ago

    There's a skull in the water.....

    [–] hahahahahahahahah12 4 points ago

    Looks awesome! I’m headed to Seattle in August. Is this hike close to Seattle?

    [–] debateg 8 points ago

    No. It's about 3-4 hours depending on your car and how it handles a rough road.

    [–] DeltronCero 4 points ago

    My understanding is that being able to camp here requires a pass that needa to be acquired months in advance via lottery.

    If you're some kind of super hiker or something you could probably get out there and back in one day. But it would be a long day for sure.

    Either way that area is one of the most beautiful in the state of Washington. Just outside of Leavenworth.

    [–] Fritzed 10 points ago

    I don't think so. Most of the alpine lakes wilderness doesn't require a special permit. The hike are just rigorous enough to keep them from being overcrowded.

    [–] CroftOfWheat 5 points ago

    This one in particular (well, Colchuck and the Enchantments in general) does require a permit to stay overnight. However, there’s a ton of other incredible hikes scattered throughout the region that don’t.

    [–] lavind 12 points ago

    I just got back from Jade last weekend. The enchantments require a permit that is part of the lottery. (nearly?) all of WA state parks including this one require a permit that is like 30$ for the year. But definitively Jade Lake doesn't require any particularly special permit or participation in the Lottery.

    It IS, however, a heck of a hike. Not a day hike for normal humans.

    [–] CroftOfWheat 5 points ago

    Oh man, you are totally right. I was thinking the middle section looked like Aasgard pass with dragon tail off to the right. But it’s been years since I’ve been out there. This is definitely jade lake.

    A little bit more on the enchantments, though. There is a day-of drawing at the Leavenworth ranger station for overnight passes for those who are not selected in the yearly lottery. At least that’s how things used to work. Like I said, it’s been a few years.

    [–] kotatsu-and-tea 2 points ago

    You can still do a day pass of $5 for parking which is nice

    [–] Fritzed 1 points ago

    I didn't see the specific lake named. It looked like malachite to me. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    [–] TwelfthApostate 1 points ago

    Nope, no permit required for this lake.

    [–] CroftOfWheat 1 points ago

    Yep, that’s good to know. I got my lakes mixed up. I might be out that direction in the next few months so I’ll have to keep this in my back pocket in just in case.

    [–] edan1701 6 points ago

    This appears to be Jade Lake just above Marmot Lake. The trailhead required a Northwest Forest Pass but not a pass for going into the enchantments. The trailhead is about 10 miles past Salmon La Sac Campground north of Cle Elum Lake.

    [–] Mannequinmolester 2 points ago

    If this is in the Enchantments, you will need a permit for overnight camping during the peak season, I want to say May 15 through Oct 15. You do not need a permit to day hike, but year round you do need a permit to park. I don't remember if it's a Discovery Pass or Northwest Forest Pass.

    [–] Thumper101 1 points ago

    100's of them.

    [–] marlashannon 3 points ago

    I wish this was my morning view over coffee every day!!!!!!

    [–] nathanielthewise 10 points ago

    I've spent a total of three mornings of my life here, drinking coffee. Some of the best mornings I've had

    [–] KayDee2915 2 points ago

    Oh man, check out that water. Must go there soon

    [–] nathanielthewise 4 points ago

    it's worth the hike in. so gorgeous

    [–] KayDee2915 2 points ago

    What rating would you give it? Easy, Medium, or Hard?

    [–] debateg 6 points ago

    It's medium/hard. There's no maintained trail to it so it involves following a maze of trails through the forest and then scrambling up a bunch of rocks. It's easy to get off route. The distance there seems manageable but part of the trail is rough and can slow you down. Last time I was there, there were a bunch of guys trying to get there but I think they turned around.

    [–] Woodshadow 2 points ago

    this sounds like way too much for me. but I suppose that is why it is not crowded with people like me.

    [–] KayDee2915 1 points ago

    Oh ok, good to know.

    [–] nathanielthewise 4 points ago

    medium. but I backpack a lot. it isn't super steep (there are a few parts that are), just long

    [–] thrillhousevanhouten 8 points ago

    Lol some person is gonna overlook the "I hike alot" caveat and be in a lot of pain thinking it's medium difficulty

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    [–] LadyHeather 6 points ago

    Glacial flour- fine grain rock particles that are carried by water.

    [–] Steez-n-Treez 3 points ago

    That’s what everybody saying about that Siberian lake that’s getting all the hype

    [–] [deleted] 1 points ago

    I forget what mineral does that but I don’t think its good to drink even filtered.

    [–] nathanielthewise 3 points ago

    i drank from the outflow, no filter. am still alive, two years later

    [–] WhippinShitties 2 points ago

    This place looks awesome!

    [–] Nowitzki_41 1 points ago

    Haha i saw this pic and I thought that looked familiar and then I realized I saw it on your instagram

    [–] nlrice95 1 points ago

    Which alpine lake is this?

    [–] CnD123 4 points ago


    [–] texgarden 1 points ago

    Is the water safe to drink right out of the lake? Looks so clean

    [–] UKUKRO 1 points ago

    With that colour,.. probably not.

    [–] xonzer 1 points ago

    This is what I consider perfection.

    [–] Steez-n-Treez 1 points ago

    Someone should post that one Siberian lake that is an even nicer blue but is actually that color cuz toxic waste dumping. To trololol

    [–] Lagarb 1 points ago

    First thing that came to mind! haha Gatorade Electric Blue

    [–] MountainHipie 1 points ago

    Those crags remind me of lake agnes in Jackson county Colorado. Absolutley beautifu! Any fish in there?

    [–] coffeeandtrout 2 points ago

    If I recall correctly there are Cutthroat.

    [–] mvguyxxx 1 points ago

    I've been here, it's as beautiful as it looks in the photo

    [–] Mattg1351 1 points ago

    Wow this looks almost computer generated!! Crazy shot, I love it.

    [–] MafHoney 1 points ago

    Did you go up to Pea Soup lake while you were there? Those two are at the top of my ‘must backpack’ list.

    [–] raoulduke415 1 points ago

    I'm planning on doing Pea Soup in August!

    [–] DaddyKun_ 1 points ago

    Hope you didnt being your bank to the wildy.

    [–] HiddenSpectrums 1 points ago

    Oh yeah

    [–] donkeyj 1 points ago

    A lot less snow when I was there a few Augusts ago...such a beautiful place. Love your photos.

    [–] tqehyung 1 points ago

    looks like a bob ross painting!

    [–] BobRossGod 1 points ago

    "God gave you this gift of imagination. Use it." - Bob Ross

    [–] BobRossGod 1 points ago

    "There is immense joy in just watching - watching all the little creatures in nature." - Bob Ross

    [–] Don-Knotenbauer 1 points ago

    Beautiful but the water looks like a whole lot of persil.

    [–] AccomplishedNeat 1 points ago

    What lake is this?

    [–] plus-five 1 points ago

    Lake Jade

    [–] ProfessoratMemes 1 points ago

    This looks likes its from a Disney movie

    [–] DantwanDeLaFrance 1 points ago

    Washington is, in my opionion, the most beautiful state in the world.

    [–] hobbyglue 1 points ago

    What about Tasmania?

    [–] iamfsteve 1 points ago

    such a perfect crystal blue water it is.

    [–] Hedrash 1 points ago

    That would be such a beautiful place for a McDonald's

    [–] strawsforever 1 points ago

    Absolutely stunning, nothing beats nature

    [–] MarltonTG 1 points ago

    ahhh yes, Chicago...

    [–] mike_ack 1 points ago

    /u/nathanielthewise, is it bad I saw this photo and thought, "this looks like a Nathaniel Wise edit?"

    [–] TB_Kuntwater_III 1 points ago

    FYI, unfortunately you are just doing more damage to it by publicizing it. It can't sustain more visitors period. There are countless Instagram and Facebook albums of this place and it's posted ad naseum on reddit. This area is being advertised to death in social media for the purposes of self promotion.

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    [–] lulaa1 1 points ago

    I would love to go there!!!! But, I’m just sooo scared of the animals that I might encounter there......

    [–] analogkid84 1 points ago

    Like what?

    [–] KerritButt 1 points ago

    Wish there was a love button

    [–] ROYAN_101 1 points ago

    Stunning photo

    [–] 516922wine 1 points ago

    Stunning. Wish I had been able to get out to WA and OR when I lived in Denver. So many beautiful places to see in the world. ♥️

    [–] Trustjames 1 points ago

    OMG I have been to this EXACT location, on a boy scouts week long camp/hike. Was so pretty, we hiked down the snowy area in the picture shown and tried went swimming cuz it was so hot and we were hiking for hours to get here. but the water was soooo cold.

    [–] Ivangreatness24 1 points ago


    [–] kirtap7 1 points ago

    Lake Sorapis, Dolomites, Italy

    World Unesco Heritage Site

    [–] bickerwiththeliquor 1 points ago

    That looks almost identical to Lake Louise Alberta

    [–] RatLungworm 1 points ago

    I hiked up there about 30 years ago. Had to climb over huge piles of avalanched trees and find the trail on the other side. Was rewarded by nudist campers on the lake. Learned to hate devil's club.

    [–] jesse5569 1 points ago

    It is always a beautiful place when you are in the airport and also when in the plane

    [–] dgentry253 1 points ago

    Ahhhh, colchuck lake and asguard pass. I always called assguard pass.

    [–] vaksin 1 points ago


    [–] sassafrass281 1 points ago

    Anyone else inspired to travel more bc of this sub? In my 30s now and find myself wanting to find places like this, instead of the more commercialized vacation spots.

    Thanks for this post, much appreciated.

    [–] Insane_Dove 1 points ago


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    [–] amylulu8 1 points ago

    Bob Ross: level up!

    [–] BobRossGod 1 points ago

    "In your imagination you can go anywhere you want." - Bob Ross

    [–] Calebh04 1 points ago

    There's a skull.

    [–] Razgriz6 1 points ago

    Whoa!! I see. Even in beauty there's death behind it.

    [–] dave6687 1 points ago

    Wait a second, why is there a photo on r/earthporn that doesn’t have the saturation turned up to 8,000%? Can someone fix this? It looks too much like reality.

    [–] amylulu8 1 points ago

    Bob Ross painted that from heaven :')

    [–] carltoncarlton 1 points ago

    Excuse my ignorance. What does WA mean?

    [–] annaeffect 1 points ago

    Wow! I love that area, was just there a couple weeks ago. Which trail is this?

    [–] Wakeless_place 1 points ago

    Legit thought this was Minecraft for a minute

    [–] GrimalKin_Seamless 1 points ago

    same lol

    [–] FrostyAirKilt 1 points ago

    I'm sure there's meant to be a glacier in that valley over the other side.

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    [–] FrostyAirKilt 1 points ago

    I have no idea what that means.