Little Si crouches in the shadow of Mount Si’s western slopes, both edifices named in honor of Josiah "Uncle Si" Merritt, who set up a cabin at the base of Si in 1862.His comment at the end of his post seemed fitting:
Little Si is close, easily accessible, and just hard enough to feel like a hike, yet still gentle enough for the whole family.
It was one of the rare sunny days here. And temps got into the mid 50's. Although yesterday morning when I got up and checked, it was 55˚F, today it was 35˚F and there was frost. We even had some snow on the sides of the road going over a pass, but at the trail there was no snow.
|View from end of Little Si trail|
There's a massive rock behind the trees. I think that might be Mt. Si and the view point was from the top.