Lonesome Hills

An evening flight along the western front of the Absaroka Range.  Taking advantage of calm evening air, we flew up to about 11,000 feet to visit the tops of the highest peaks.  We were treated to views of massive cornices, recent avalanches, and undisturbed, pillowy snowfields resting on steep granite slopes.  There is nothing quite so beautiful as rugged mountains waiting for Spring to arrive.

17. April 2013 by Bryan
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