Love your panoramas! They provide information as well as beautiful scenery. Well done! CJ
Thanks CJ. I am glad you find them useful. It always means more to me to know what I am looking at. Though it can be a pain to stitch the photos together, I rather enjoy the effort of identifying as many peaks as possible.
I have a suggestion for you. (I'll probably never get around to it) Picturesque pyramid Mt. Shinn, 10,960', 2.7 miles south-southeast of Florence Lake. No M&R on it yet. Looks like a really cool peak. Steep class 2 maybe 3 on all sides. It's in Secors' book.
I think you're the man for the job.
Thanks Noondueler. If I did it I think it would have to include that ridge to Mosquito Pass or Mount Henry. But I think you owe us a page on Mount Baldwin first...
There is a water taxi in summer to the south end of Florence Lake.
Oh man... maybe next year if I could ever pack into the Convict Creek area and acclimate first. I can't just drive up there and do 12-13er day hikes so easy like back when I was a young 50 year old whipper snapper. Maybe I'd take you up on an overnighter and we could do it together if you don't mind dragging an old fart.
Baldwin? Yeah, I'd do that peak again. Splendid views and a great area for an overnight too. Put it on the list for next year, my schedule is wide open.
I will take note and be in touch next season. Looks like some snow up there next week.
That must be Mt. Morgan 13,748 between 7 Gables and Bear Creek Spire. Actually, Morgan and Gabb, 13,741, are the highest peaks in the Mt. Abbot area.
Could be. I had a hard time distingushing some of those in the distance with absolute certainty.
Yeah, I understand; it's easy to identify peaks when one has such a marvelous panorama that can be enlarged by us couch-climbers. LOL Thanks!