Three Sisters Peak, Hearst Mountain, Hearst Benchmark & Snyder Knoll
October 22, 2023

Three Sisters Peak as seen from the gravel pit. The highpoint is to the right

The rocks on the west end of the ridge, a recent burn

All the peaks on the San Fran Volcanic Range, with smoke from prescribed burns filling the valleys between

View west from the summit, Hearst Mountain, the Hearst Benchmark Peak to the left, and at far left, is Su Benchmark

Nearing the top of Hearst Mountain

Hearst Mountain's summit

Summit cairn and hedgehog cactus at Hearst Mountain's summit

Hearst Benchmark as seen from Hearst Mountain's top

Hearst Benchmark's summit hill

Top rocks and benchmark

Hearst Mountain as seen from Hearst Benchmark's summit

Three Sisters Peak as seen from Hearst Benchmark

Snyder Knoll

Summit area on Snyder Knoll

View northeast at Hearst Mountain, the benchmark hill (blends in) and Three Sisters Peak

Bill Williams Mountain

Snyder Knoll as viewed where the road branches off to its top


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