Time to catch a breath after getting past the Narrows. Note the veer glass ice, dark band to the left. The sun still hadn't melted it off.
I really like your new set of photos Rich! They remind me my old days of rock climbing. Such nostalgia....
No os daba miedo ahí arriba!! que barbaridad!! que altura !!! me gusta la foto.Besos
Saludos Redi, Por lo tanto, muchos de los comentarios sobre la primera foto. Me ha publicado el resto de mostrar lo que los niños hicieron. Hay partes duras. Hay lugares para reflexionar. Un gran logro. Los niños hicieron buena. Gracias por visitarnos.
Greetings Vasco, Thanks for visiting the resting point on the Narrows and your comments. Glad it brought back feeling from the old days. I wanted to show a little more of the finish to Longs Peak after all the comments the crux photo brought. A wonderful climb with variety and exposure.
Greetings Billy, Thanks for visiting the Narrows and your wonderful comments. It may be a little hard to tell, but there is a huge drop off to the left of the kids. The Narrows stretch has the most exposure of any part of the climb. A step off into space is a fast trip to Wild Basin below. But everyone usually does fine, or they turn around when they see the Narrows.
I like your new set of photos Rich!The Narrows,is a beautiful picture,with a wonderful,powerful and fantastic scenic view,congrats.Greetings from Romania.
Greetings KC, Thanks for visiting the new Narrows photograph and your wonderful comments. Longs Peak showed us a kinder, gentler side on our third summit try, successful this time. The scenery was fabulous all the way up.
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