Fellow Adventurers: Eric Sigler, Sara Ridgway, and Phil Klotzbach
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Located in the ?? range ... previous climbs (and/or reports), interesting facts. Summarize the trip (backpack vs. day hike, training vs. social hike vs. serious mountaineering)
This peak . . . interesting facts about the trip down and/or backpack in, camping, etc.
Details of the climb (if starting from backpacking)
Time on top, 14'er #, weather, interesting features, interesting people.
To get the full immersive experience, I've prepared a 360 degree panorama:
W N E S
Click on the panorama to see the full size [size Kb].
Or you can view it interactively using this panorama viewer [size Mb -- warning, this will take a while to load on a modem connection].
If you have trouble viewing this file, you can also download this executable, save it to your desktop, then double-click on it to view the panorama. The executable file contains a viewer that should work regardless of your web browser.
From left to right, the main features are:
1. blah blah valley
[ Group Photo]
[ Crazy shot ]
[ Views of other peaks ]
I took a couple video clips which may be viewed using Windows Media Player. If using a modem, the broadband version will take very long, so a reduced-quality dial-up version is available:
Clip 1: Broadband [size Mb] or Dial-up [size Kb]
These files are in Windows Media Player format, so they should load automatically if you're on a Windows computer. There is no sound (in case you were expecting some).
Option sections - history of peak, wildlife, route info and alternates, map, gear, food
Might try to include feelings, sounds, smells - other thoughts about life and mountains, goals, etc.
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