why you want to go back.
Another great photo,
Thanks so much Marc! Your photo of the Canyonlands is absolutely stunning...ok, now I want to go there too!
would want to go back.
Breathtaking! What kind of cloud? More snow?
What kind of cloud? Well, the annoying kind, it came, annoyed me and then blew away.
Yes, I know some people who are like that!
Cloud/No cloud, at least you made a memory and some photos that will last forever.
Yes, you are so right, the experience was fantastic and my memories will stay with me forever. By the way, congratulations on all your 14ers..nice job!
Thanks very much Yo!
You are wearing Grivel G12 Flexlock Crampons. . . LOL
Well, it was either those or my fuzzy pink slippers with ears on them..I'd say I made the right choice.
Merci Sylvain..from the one with the more efficient name.
Nice view of Trugberg. I have a attached it to the Trugberg page.
Thanks Hans..it's a very good and informative page. Seems now I have to go back and climb this one too!
I envy you your 4 seconds. Congratulations on the summits...cheers, Jim
Hi Jim, thanks very much. Summits are just fantastic but my favorite part of any climb is the first couple of hours, in the early hours of the morning, by the light of the moon, it's so peaceful. And, it's before the exhaustion sets in and you wonder what the heck you're doing there!!
This is definitely not the summit of Mönch. This picture was taken far below the summit, under the steep ice/snow section leading to the summit ridge and of course under the summit ridge connecting the shoulder with the summit.
From the summit "Trugberg" is much lower and also the snow mobiles garage in Mönchsjoch can't be seen.
The real summit view can be seen here as pano: https://www.summitpost.org/m-nch-summit-panorama/379322/c-150525