Wavy-leaved paintbrush (Castilleja applegatei.)
Mountain jewelflower, or shield plant (Streptanthus tortuosus.) The second image shows the plant growing at a significantly higher elevation (~9000ft vs ~7000ft.) The darker color is perhaps due to increased UV/solar exposure?
Many-leaved lupine (Lupinus polyphyllus var. burkei.)
I found trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides) frequently in the damp riparian zones of the south western side of the Crystal Range.
Sierra tiger lily (Lilium parvum.)
Lupine, tiger-lillies, and bracken fill the forest understory.
Red fir, or silvertip (Abies magnifica.)
Leichtlin’s mariposa lily (Calochortus leichtlinii.)
Sierra stonecrop (Sedum obtusatum.)
Mountain heather (Phyllodoce breweri].) Not the freshest looking flower, but these smelled great!)
Slender larkspur (Delphinium gracilentum.)
Near my campsite at Lake Schmidell.