Getting up at 3:30 in the morning to hike with Chris and Wally ( you know Chris, 5:20 meet at my house) is not an easy thing for me to do but when you know your going to such a beautiful place as See Canyon it is worth it. I tried to get Wally to sit up front so he could read the Map for Chris and get yelled at but no, I was bestowed the honor. Sure enough we got turned around going into Christopher Creek and ended up back out to the 260, it was like an episode of the Twilight Zone. Anyways we found the road to the trail head which we got kind of turned around there too, but did end up finding the See Canyon Trail and headed up canyon, first to the spring or springs I should say since we saw two of them, one coming out of a tree stump.
We left the springs and headed up the canyon which slowly got steeper as we ascended but the canyon has a great canopy of trees so the hiking was fairly cool and extremely beautiful with the creek and foliage. The trail itself is fairly easy to follow except for some downed trees in sections.
Once on top we came to Forest Road 300 where we had lunch in the dust, the 300 seemed like the 260 with all the cars going by.
The track we were following took us along the 300 for a while and then turned south off trail a mile or so to hook up with the Drew Trail, from there we descended to the Highline Trail, which is turning out to be one of my favorite trails, back to the trail head.