One of my favorite places is Table Mountain outside of Oroville in the spring as it bursts with waterfalls and flowers. However, it is being loved to death and I will no longer be heading up. Please also consider going to another of the north valley wildflower spots to find these great ones.
The snow on the Snow Mountains was brilliant with the valley farmwork in between. I think that is a snow covered goat mountain below
This meadowfoam flower is endemic to this mountain, a volcanic mesa, and often grows right in and next to the water
This is a seep monkey flower, it only grows in wet areas too, but not in the water like the meadowfoam
Blue sky lupline was good at clustering that year (2016)
And this was the best shot of the day of it
Yellow carpet flowers weren’t so carpety anymore
The creek heading down to the main falls
I’ve seen these hills in a multi-colored riot with zero green, so this year wasn’t as impressive
And neither was the waterfall, 2017 was much better
See the toad?
It was about the size of a 12 year old’s fist
I’m not finding a name for this beauty with blue stamens
Of this tiny one
One of the five violets that can be found here, I’ve only ever seen three at one time
Another highlight was this beautiful yellow garden spider
A vert rare white larkspur. There is only one patch of it on the main trail to the falls that I have found, and it usually is all blue
Next time hopefully sooner!