SP'er Dennis Poulin (in the...

SP'er Dennis Poulin (in the hat) and my son in law approaching the summit area of Mt. Ellen . In confusing nomenclature, the peak at the far right of this peak is named Mary Ellen Peak, whereas Mount Ellen is the one Andrew is heading up to. We were up there in a bit over an hour and unfortunately, the view was marred by haze from fires that were taking place in southern Utah and Nevada so many picture opportunities were lost. I'd love to return and see the view on a clear day. It'd be remarkable.
7-5-05

Note: Be aware that on topozone, the highest point of Ellen Peak is marked as 11522

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rpc

rpc - Jul 21, 2005 11:46 am - Voted 10/10

Snow carpet?

Cool melt pattern.

Sajama

Sajama - Apr 24, 2006 9:51 am - Voted 10/10

Unreal

This path of snow seems unreal!

Dean

Dean - Apr 24, 2006 6:05 pm - Hasn't voted

Re: Unreal

It was sure a welcome sight when we found it. Kind of like a pathway in the sky. When we were in the area of Hite Utah, about 60 miles away to the south east, we could look back and see the snow that we trod from that distance. Pretty cool.

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