Wetterhorn and Matterhorn Peaks

Wetterhorn and Matterhorn Peaks

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Additional Information Image Type(s): Informational, Scenery

Wetterhorn Peak

Wetterhorn PeakEarly morning light on Wetterhorn (June 2009)
Early morning sun on Wetterhorn PeakEarly morning light on Wetterhorn (September 2010)
Wetterhorn PeakWetterhorn (June 2009)
Wetterhorn PeakWetterhorn (September 2010)
WetterhornSE Ridge of Wetterhorn
Wetterhorn PeakWetterhorn Peak from SE Ridge route
The upper SE Ridge of Wetterhorn PeakThe upper part of SE Ridge: where the scrambling begins
The summit tower and the Ship s Prow on Wetterhorn PeakThe summit tower (right) and the Ship's Prow (left)
Ship s Prow on WetterhornThe Ship's Prow
On top of the Ship s ProwOn top of the Ship's Prow
Wetterhorn Peak: summit pitch The summit pitch
Climbing the summit gully on Wetterhorn Climber (Michael) in the middle section of the summit gully
Wetterhorn Summit: View NorthwestSummit view northwest towards Coxcomb and Redcliff
Matterhorn and Uncompaghre from WetterhornSummit view east: Uncompahgre and Matterhorn Peaks
East Fork Cimarron Basin from WetterhornSummit view northeast down East Fork Cimarron Basin
San Juans from Wetterhorn Summit view south: San Juans
Wetterhorn Peak: looking down along SE ridgeLooking down along SE ridge
Marmot on Wetterhorn TrailMarmot on Wetterhorn Trail
Wetterhorn and Matterhorn from Matterhorn Creek TrailWetterhorn and Matterhorn from Matterhorn Creek Trail
Wetterhorn-Matterhorn RidgeWetterhorn-Matterhorn Ridge from Matterhorn Peak

Matterhorn Peak

Matterhorn PeakMatterhorn Peak
Summit ridge on Matterhorn PeakSummit ridge on Matterhorn Peak
Matterhorn Peak: summit pyramidMatterhorn Peak: summit pyramid
Scrambling to the summit of Matterhorn PeakScrambling to the summit of Matterhorn Peak


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EricChu - Sep 9, 2010 6:56 pm - Voted 10/10

Superb photos!

And as it's "under construction", I imagine there is still more to come?


strudolyubov - Sep 13, 2010 1:53 pm - Hasn't voted

Re: Superb photos!


Just added several photos to the album.

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