Hike East Osceola via Greeley Ponds Trail

Here are some photos from our family hike up East Osceola Mountain via Greeley Ponds Trail on July 7, 2105.

For the most part the firts 1.3 miles of the Greeley Pond Trail is flat, although there were some muddy spots and a few stream crossings.
For the most part the first 1.3 miles of the Greeley Pond Trail is flat, although there were some muddy spots and a few stream crossings.

"Bridge!" is often shouted by one of my two boys with great excitement when we come upon a puncheons. I think we counted almost 35 on the Greeley Pond Trail
“Bridge!” is often shouted by one of my two boys with great excitement when we come upon puncheons. I think we counted almost 35 on the Greeley Pond Trail
This sign became the demarcation point between the easy part of the hike and the difficult part. From this split, the trail becomes steep especially on the upper sections. Sign should say, beware SCRAMBLE ahead.
This sign became the demarcation point between the easy part of the hike and the difficult part. From this split, the trail becomes steep especially on the upper sections. Sign should say, beware SCRAMBLE ahead.
View of Greeley Ponds from Mount Osceola Trail. The summit was in the clouds the day we hiked, but there were a few spots along the way with good views.
View of Greeley Ponds from Mount Osceola Trail. The summit was in the clouds the day we hiked, but there were a few spots along the way with good views.
View from Mount Osceola Trail taken from the same location as the previous photo.
View from Mount Osceola Trail taken from the same location as previous photo.
Steep section of Mount Osceola Trail. This required a bit of scrambling, there were a few other sections that were similar.
Steep section on Mount Osceola Trail. This required a bit of some scrambling, there were a few other similar sections on the trail.

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