Katahdin viewed from Big Rock observation point on the shoreline of Sandy Stream Pond, Baxter State Park.
Looking back across Katahdin’s Knife Edge in Maine’s Baxter State Park.
Clouds fill Katahdin’s North Basin on an early October morning.
Looking into the Witherle Ravine between Katahdin and the Owl in Baxter State Park.
Early evening light on the Katahdin headwall as clouds roll in. An advantage of camping at Chimney Pond is having a front row seat as the light on the mountain changes through the day.
Katahdin’s Knife Edge, a 1.1-mile trail between Pamola and Baxter Peaks.
Spruce branches frame the North Basin of Katahdin in Baxter State Park.
From the viewpoint off the Chimney Pond trail on Katahdin. Tamaracks turn yellow in the fall. Hamlin Ridge, Hamlin Peak, and the North Basin are in the background.
Blueberry Pond in Katahdin’s North Basin as viewed from the Hamlin Ridge trail. Basin Ponds and Sandy Stream Pond are further in the distance.
Looking east from Katahdin’s North Basin. South Turner Mountain is on the left. Katahdin Lake is in the distance, with (right to left) Martin Ponds, Sandy Stream Pond, and Whidden Ponds all visible. The mountains in the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument are in the distance.