Great trees of the PCT — honestly, how is this even possible?

The force through which the green fuse drives the flower and this tree — my God Almighty, How is this even possible? The first vegetation of any stature whatsoever seen in miles and miles along the PCT through a laval field.

At mile 1986, about, near a junction to dayhike to a crater (that sounds great) called Little Belknap. A Tsuga, or mountain hemlock (pine) I think.

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