I have left it in place as the Home Screen at the moment. I've been atop it twice, one on foot and once on skis.
But I've always liked the backlit Devils Club which has a rather descriptive Latin name: Oplopanax horridus. I recall my first encounter with it. I was on my first long backpack in the Pacific Northwest, the Cascades. Wandered under a "maple leaf" shrub and it grabbed me with those leaf spines. Then there was the time I innocently grabbed the main stem of one to get out of a creek bed - tragic mistake.
But then again, Carne Mt with its profusion of golden Larch in the Fall is a magnificent locale that I'd been to, about five or six times. The largest Larch recorded lived and unfortunately died along that trail.