One of your best. Tell me about when you're thinking of the SW couloir for next year. I'm more likely to be in the northwestern area of Greater Yellowstone next time, but I don't want to rule anything out.
Thanks so much Bob! I don't have any dates yet - if you were interested, I'd make it happen whenever you were in the area...
Thanks so much - this was probably one of the top three most stunning views I had during a very full year of climbing!
Best picture of Granite I've ever seen from this angle--really helpful in seeing the lay of the land.
Thank you! It's definitely an imposing mountain and very worthy of being a state highpoint!
Great picture, Tim! Makes me want to go to
Montana this summer, but unfortunately I
have to go to Alaska. Maybe next time ..
Thanks! Going to Alaska can't be TOO painful lol :)
The NF of Granite in winter is on my tick list now.
Thank you! I know there are some fantastic couloirs to the left of the NW summit, which is the most prominent point in the center. If you climb this face to the NW summit, there's a 5.7 traverse between it and the highpoint on the left of the photo, if I remember my route description info correctly...
Good luck and have fun!
....for submitting the new Granite profile pic!
Thanks Alan - I'm honored! You've done fantastic work on that page - kudos!
Thanks! I agree - I can't wait to get out there again :)
...and a fine shot.
Thanks for commenting - cheers!
this photo. Beautiful shot of one of my favorite climbs. Hope all is well with you.
Thanks so much! Everything is well - cheers!
Great to see your photos. Looks similar to the Lake O'Hara region in Yoho, British Columbia.
Thank you! I've only driven through the SE corner of BC - I need to get up there someday!