After slowly crawling up a logging track in a four wheel drive suv, the trail for Brandywine Meadows started with a huge panoramic view of the surrounding snow covered mountain peaks glistening in the midday sun. The trail clung to the side of the valley while the drop to the side was covered in a thick carpet of tree tops hiding the babble of water far below. The trail was regularly broken by small streams rushing down the side of the mountain and after a while we reached the end of the valley with a short climb upwards to the start of the meadow.

The initial view was framed by a giant glacier at one end and protected on either side by high rock ridges which had littered big boulders across the floor over the course of a thousand years. The meadow felt untouched, fresh and teaming with all sorts of wild life while vivid coloured flowers surrounded our feet in all directions.
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