Peak(s):  Mt. Evans  -  14,264 feet
Date Posted:  03/20/2015
Modified:  12/08/2015
Date Climbed:   03/17/2015
Author:  Zambo
 Above the Clouds on Evans  

Not really the most monumental climb of all time, but I just wanted to share a link to a beautiful day we had this week on Evans. Completely unexpectedly, we found ourselves climbing above an inversion, with miles and miles of pillowy clouds below. It was a special day.

Link to the TR for anyone interested. Thanks!

Above the Clouds on Evans








 Comments or Questions
Doug Shaw
awesome!
03/20/2015 18:08
Thanks for posting.


amcdonald
Avalanche conditions???
03/20/2015 18:40
Did you come up the west side from Guanella Pass then? If so, how was the trail near the gully going up to Mount Evans? Are there any sections that looked sketchy in terms of avalanching? Thanks!


jblyth

Sweetness
03/20/2015 19:50
Looks like a great day in the hills. Them there clouds are radical.


MtnHub

Really nice!
03/20/2015 20:10
Special day for sure! Thanks for posting!


Alpine

Spectacular!
03/20/2015 21:20
Thanks for posting.


annajack25

Excellent
03/20/2015 21:43
Excellent post/pics!


bosnian2014
Conditions
03/20/2015 23:11
Awsome pictures! I see you wearing snowshoes. How deep was the snow?


yorksman
Above the clouds
03/21/2015 13:16
Great report and pictures, anytime above the clouds is always a good day IMO.


sunny1

Nice!
03/21/2015 21:18
Stunning pics and report – thanks for sharing!


Youngcbs
Beautiful!
03/23/2015 05:06
Wonderful pictures! Thanks for sharing!


Zambo

Thanks!
03/24/2015 01:57
For all the kind words and for reading my report. Really appreciate it! BTW....there were a few questions about conditions. Overall the whole route was in great shape, and I have to imagine it will stay that way for the rest of the season (assuming we don’t get a huge dump or two). Happy to answer more questions via PM for anyone who may want it.



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