Thanks Lolli! As soon as the mountain came into view over the ridge I almost fell backwards- it was an amazing sight!
to come across. And catching the green in the forground makes all the difference.
Thanks for the kind words! It's pretty crazy how green the alpine setting is around here.
Wouldn't it be funny if they HAD filmed
"The Sound of Music" here, and while they
were dancing out in the alpine fields,
somebody tripped over a cairn hidden in the
Then again, it probably wouldn't have been
funny at all! Nice photograph, however!!!
and while they were dancing out in the alpine fields, somebody tripped over a cairn hidden in the grass??? Thus giving the peak its official name- haha, I'd laugh! Thanks!
looks awesome- can anyone describe the route to the base of that couloir?
indeed it does, it caught my eye too. I think the least technical approach would be via blackerby ridge, then dropping in. I haven't been up the couloir so I sent you a PM with some info that hopefully points you in the right direction