Trail signs along the dish loop.
The moon rises off the shoulder of the Dish.
Visitors make their way up and down the hills that make up the dish loop.
The smaller 60 foot cousin of the big dish.
A resident hawk searches for prey over the hiils that make up the dish area.
A runner catches their stride as they head towards the giant radio telescope known simply as “The Dish”.
Two visitors make it to the top of one of the steep hills that make up the dish loop.
Over 500,000 people visit the dish area each year.
A runner begins their ascent of the 3.3 mile “dish loop” trail.
A large sign marks the entrance of the 1,500 acre dish area cautioning visitors to respect the ecosytem and its resident wildlife.