Admiring the Cirque of Towers from Pingora.
Olympus and the incredible Blue Glacier.
Looking into the heart of the Olympics.
Returning to Buck Creek Pass, Fortress Mountain in the background.
Such a sublime setting at Honeycomb Lake.
The Napeequa, as pretty as an Alaskan valley.
My best Ansel Adams impression of Thousand Island Lake.
Kylie climbs to Gabbot Pass with all the Upper Mills Lakes behind.
The outlet of Duck Lake.
Idyllic stream in Bench Canyon.
Reflection on Toxaway Lake.
Logan splits Iceberg Lake, Thompson Peak behind.
Reflection of North Peak on Cascade Lake.
Kylie rappels down the OS route.
Kylie ascends a snowfield with Garnet Lake below.
Such a grand view.
Evening light over Tower Mountain and the Snowy Lakes.
Kylie leads the way on the incredible knife edge.
Looking across Boston Basin to Forbidden Peak and its west ridge on the left.
Soft evening light on Temple Crag and Second Lake.
The incredible Southern Pickets.
Pretty colors and shadows down to the valley.
Prusik Peak over Inspiration Lake.
Mt. Sil and the giant unnamed lake.
Classic shot of Forbidden and Moraine Lake.
Puppet Lake among others in French Canyon.
I found this cool rock to scramble on top of!
Fortress dominates the background of the Tenpeak Tarn.
Beautiful meadow on the west side of Mt. Adams.
Cool afternoon clouds swirling around the glacier.
Following a beautiful Wright Creek in the morning.
Grant Peak, the subsummit of Baker.
Ants marching across the huge summit crater.
Wildflowers on the banks of Mesa Lake in Humphreys Basin.
The far end of Golden Bear Lake.
Perfect reflection on Minaret Lake.
Kylie climbs beneath Saska Peak.
Antlers and beautiful valleys.
This is our finest hour.
Rare white flowers.
Owl Rock is the tower on the right. You can see a climber on the skyline.
Watching clouds spill over Butterfly Pass into the Napeequa.
Upper Mills Lake, one of the finest lakes ever seen.
Cascade and Mixup Peak.
Perched high on the North Cleaver of Mt. Adams.
The Lyman Lakes wind down from Spider Gap.
Most amazing river I have ever seen.
The Terror Glacier and Inspiration Peak.
Feather, Royce, and Merriam Peak behind Bearpaw Lake.
Small ponds dot Painter Basin.
Together on the edge of the world.
Entering a new world of greyscale.
Where the Famed Valley meets the Great Valley.
Jacob walks into the sea of clouds and wildflowers on the Hogsback.
Wonderful peaks of the North Cascades.
Baker and Colfax from the heart of the Coleman Glacier.
There are no words.
Haystack Mountain from our camp next to a nice stream.
Tarn in Upper Dusy Basin.
Sloan Peak behind us on the trail.
The stunning lake at the pass.
Wonderful morning over the Stuart Range.
A glacial lake near High Camp.
Looking towards Tyndall Creek from Shepherd Pass.
Looking down into the canyon from the bridge.
Looking back at Liberty Bell through the trees.
My dad takes a well deserved break while I find a campsite.
Silver Divide of the Sierras.
Kylie reflects on the day in La Salle Lake.
More turquoise lake photos…
Elated and alive!
Reflection on Wright Lakes.
Awesome waterfall on Merriam Peak.
Pano of the Stuart Range.
At least this bog is pretty.
Mt. Whitney to Owens Valley. 11,000 ft over vertical relief.
A dramatic summit shot of Logan.
Anthony descends into the world of rock and ice.
Wonderful alpine hillsides and Mt. Daniel.
Watching our tent begin to look very small.
Sloan holds some wispy clouds.
Looking out across the core zone.
View of the Perch from our campsite at Saddleback Lakes.
Flowers, a rock glacier, and a wonderful valley.
Dylan disappears into the red carpet.
Are we on planet Earth anymore?
Wanda Lake is yet another gem in Evolution Basin.
Closeup of the summit of Olympus, which is on the right.
Flowers on the south side scramble.
Pretty little tarn near Muir Pass.
Another stunning lake at the divide.
The Triplets and Johannesburg peek above the clouds.
La Bohn Lakes and La Bohn Peak.
Glacier Peak hiding away.
An almost lunar landscape!
Nice view of Pahto.
Bonanza looms mighty over the Glacier Peak Wilderness.
Dakobed, an island in the sky.
Absolute, utter perfection.
Sun shines through the Druid Arch.
Striking colors in Upper Painter Basin.
From left to right: Colonial, Neve, Pinnacle, and Pyramid.
First views of Colchuck Lake and Dragontail.
Easily one of the most beautiful lakes I have ever been to.
Descending to the Rainbow Tarn.
Another beautiful basin along the traverse.
Fresh snow on the distant peaks.
Views from Relay Peak.
Peering into the Famed Valley.
Cathedral Peak stands proud and tall.
Looking back to Spider Gap from the Cloudy Pass Meadows.
Haystack Mountain and Big Sandy Lake.
The stunning Chain Lakes Basin.
Jacob finishes up the last bit before the schrund.
Black from Wing Lake.
And this is our finest hour.
Ascending Hinman with the crest behind us.
Classic view of WA Pass.
Surreal clouds from just above the glacier camp.
Huge sandstone towers in Arches!
Walking into the wonderful Spider Meadows.
Pretty framing of a peak in a nice pond on the JMT.
An alpine wonderland at Terror Basin Camp.
Breaking out into the sun on the Lynch.
Wonderful stream in the North Fork Napeequa.
A tranquil meadow with a nice old barn.
Trickling stream in Deception Basin.
Climbers topping out!
Looking towards Gunsight Pass.
Wonderful reflection in Butterfly Lake.
Sublime morning on the Hoh River.
Our first view of the south face of Harrison Peak.