right there in the center - doesn't it look good if you imagine some snow on it? Haven't seen a better shot of this slope yet!
Thanks, I knew that you would appreciate this shot. I thought of you and your hourglass plan when I posted it.
I've seen quite a few MOCKBA's pix of the area but they were never this green! :)
Why Jacek, how about this one for example ... just a couple miles to the West :)
Can you imagine? What is the highest ranked
peak for "glissade action" in UT? Would that
be the east face of Timp? Nice shot, Z-J !!
Thanks Larry! I don't know what the best glissade in Utah is, but I think this one would be pretty fast.
Right on, but I see Dmitry's point. Nice
I just noticed a few snow patches along the
north-facing sides. NICE !!!
really nice view and all these heights in feet there ;)
Tomek, thanks for your comment regarding the colors ;) in my picture.
You are reminding me why I was considering relocating last year!
I moved to Utah about 20 years ago from the northeast. At first I missed the dense forests, but now I love it here.
Based on your wonderful photos; Utah is on my bucket list!
Thanks! I wasn't familiar with that term until a few weeks ago when I saw the movie "The Bucket List".
This is a really neat perspective of Kings and some of the surrounding peaks. Always wondered what the view would look like from some of the other peaks while we were hiking up Henry's Fork. Thanks for sharing this one!
Thanks! I like climbing the less well known peaks because of the interesting and unusual views you get.