thigbee wrote:What are your most memorable mountains and why? The view? The hike? The danger? The company?
Two really stick out for me:
1. Kings Peak. The tallest mountain in Utah. It was memorable because I did it with my brother who I don't see very often, and we did it in a day. It's also a beautiful, beautiful area.
2. Mt. Rainier. A great trip with great friends. Perfect weather. Great conditions. Long, physically demanding days (which I love). A stunning mountain. Also memorable because my dad did it back in the day, so it was fun talking to him about it.
desainme wrote:Doubletop Mountain which barely appears on the far left in this photo. This is not the best photo of Doubletop but it might be the best photo in which Doubletop appears. On the ridgetop beneath one summit there is a rectangular bronze monument set into the granite from about 1924 commemorating Kapelle Hall prior to Baxter park. It more less says from this place at sunset his wife gave his ashes to the winds. Beneath appears an Aladdin lamp and then continues Only Love is Eternal.
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