Not certain of ID, but it looks like a lighter head.
White berries may have been immature, but they were still fairly soft.
Trailside, always possible that it's not native.
Very sluggish caterpillar.
These were scattered along a high alpine trail, like the animal was doing its business while walking. It was fresh, and sort of tar-ey. My guess up there was dall sheep poop, but a web search suggests they make piles of pellets. Other guesses might be a wayward marmot, a mountain goat, or something more insidious.
About 3 of 'em playing up top.
Isolated tree patch on alpine ridge. Not certain of the species.