One of the huge monoliths in...

One of the huge monoliths in...

One of the huge monoliths in the Trango Group.
on Sep 13, 2005 5:12 am
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Trevor Simmons

Trevor Simmons - Sep 17, 2005 8:55 pm - Hasn't voted

the answer


that is one sweet peak. In answer to the question you left on Browns Peak page...

A friend and I were camping by the Maroon Bells, and while we were eating lunch a bunch of these birds joined us. They were incredibly docile around us, first landing on our feet and legs to eat our peanuts and raisins. I put a peanut on my head, and sure enough one came along to collect its meal! I actually submitted that photo, here it is: Bird on head


Corax - Sep 27, 2005 8:24 am - Hasn't voted

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A very nice photo :-)


TodoVertical - Sep 27, 2005 7:32 am - Hasn't voted

Hola !!

Hi Corax!!

I believe this is `Uli Biaho´ Tower (6.109) and is not in the Trango Group !!!

You are doing a Great Job !!


Corax - Sep 27, 2005 8:23 am - Hasn't voted

Re: Hola !!

Yes, you're 100% right about what you say.

It's Uli Biaho and it's not a mountain in the Central Trango Group. Some count it to the Larger Trango Group and I didn't know what to do at first. Finally I decided to include both Uli Biaho, The Cathedral, Lak and the peaks which are in the outskirts of the massif. I think most would agree those are part of the Larger Trango Group.

If more photos and perhaps even a summiteer of any of the peaks in the central part of the group appears, I'll make changes for sure, but for now I think it's appropriate to have it as it is.

I really had forgotten to write more extensive captions to the photos on this page.

Will do soon.

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