- Oct 5, 2015 at 1:05 pm #2230418
Stuart RBPL Member
Reviving an old thread Sunset on Ben Starav Loch Etive at duskOct 5, 2015 at 7:01 pm #2230469
Jake JBPL Member
Looking NE from the summit of Mount Langley across the Miter Basin towards Mt. Whitney.Oct 17, 2017 at 3:39 am #3497223
Mike BBPL Member
<span class=”adventure-description”>Mt. Tijeras</span> above lower Sand Creek Lake near the Great Sand Dunes National Monument
let’s take a “short cut” to the upper lake……..
we are kinda high up here (looking back at the lower lake)
Goats wondering what the silly humans are doing.
lake should be just down hill from here
can’t be that steep ……. see the lakes right there ……….
made it to the upper lake
Let’s try a different way back to camp……….
I can’t find a picture of the trail back but it was across a seam/goat trail in the middle of this cliff face.
2012 Trip into Sand Creek Lakes Colorado.
We did the same trip a year later and the weather was much different…………it is affectionately referred to as the frozen Sand Creek trip…….
Oct 7, 2018 at 8:00 pm #3558848
- This reply was modified 1 year ago by Mike B. Reason: added pictures and sarcasm
Craig BBPL Member
Rae Lakes Loop, Kings Canyon, CA. Sept 2018.
Sixty Lakes Basin
Sixty Lakes Basin
Sixty Lakes Basin from Mt. Cotter.
Gardiner Basin from Mt. Cotter.Oct 7, 2018 at 9:42 pm #3558865
Lester MooreBPL Member
@satoriLocale: Olympic Peninsula, WA
Tupungato (5570 m, 21,555 ft) climb, Chile
3 days up the Rio Colorado river valley to basecamp
Night 2 at Vega de los Flojos along the Rio Colorado (Bella peak behind).
View of Bella after the storm
Camp I at 4878 m (16,000 ft.)
Ken on the final snow slopes below the summit.
Looking back at Tupungato (upper right) on the hike out.
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