Don’t you love it when you get a perfect autumn day for your hike? Crisp, crystal clear air, blue sky, the trail partly frozen from the night before and slowly warming up by the bright sunshine. The fall colores a starting to appear in the high mountains. Three MBC members experienced this yesterday with their 11 miles Cutthroat Pass hike. Debra and I decided to hike the Pacific Crest Trail starting from Rainy Pass up to Cutthroat Pass and then down the other side to the Cutthroat Lake trailhead on the east side. We missed Angela at our meeting point in the morning but caught up with her at the Pass. She hiked on her own the PCT up and down the Pass. It was another great day in the mountains. Photos on the MBC Flickr Page.