My wife and I are in our early 60s, and we recently made our second hike to the Meadows. We had made the hike 10 years earlier on a seemingly beautiful day, only to find ourselves caught in an afternoon thunderstorm that sent us scampering down the mountain shortly after a lunch break. This time the weather cooperated and we lingered on a pair of rocks eating lunch and listening to the glaciers "crack". It echoes loudly in the valley as your eyes scan the glaciers to see if you can find any signs of movement. Most of the time, you don't see anything, just the sound, but it is incredible.
It is a moderately hard climb up, but can be harder if you choose to go higher than the meadow where many gather to eat and listen while facing the mountain peaks and the glaciers.
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