Autumn Escapes in the Pacific Northwest

Autumn Larch Gold in Kettle Falls

by Lauren Braden on November 20, 2012

in Northwestern Exposures

Autumn Larch Gold in Kettle Falls

My friend Bruce McGlenn is one of those Northwesterners who belongs outside. When he’s not hunting for elk or fishing for trout, he’s off building a cabin or consulting on some environmental project. His Facebook page is filled with Northwest backcountry beauty, like this gem of blazing larches he photographed recently in Washington’s northeast corner. This photograph was taken at his cabin near Monumental Mountain, a few miles from the Columbia River (Lake Roosevelt). The mountains there are called the Huckleberry Range, part of the Selkirk Mountains.

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