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The arch, obscured by trees and mountains, is not visible for most of
the hike up. There are a few glimpses from a distance about half of the
way along the trail, but I could not photograph them. It was snowing
far too hard both times I hiked by the view. (Much of the trail is in
the considerable snow shadow of the 11,218 foot Granite Peak).
At the end of the trail, shown here, the scramble over ice and snow was a little tricky. Up until the last twenty feet, it is not even clear that there is an arch!
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