Mount Yale Hike, June 25, 2016
Photo Essay Two
Mount Yale is as beautiful as it is hard to hike. As steps past the scenery rolls up the mountain in a broad expanses of mountain ranges and valley floors as far as sight allows. After the steep climb of switch back above tree line you reach a saddle before the false peak and peak. The vista’s from this vantage point are very inspiring. From here you scramble up over granite boulders and small bits of a narrow trail to the summit. This is my third 14er, Mount Yale vista’s so far are hard to beat.
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