Chico Peak Pano

Doolittle and I went up Chico Peak last weekend, a quick overnighter. This is a 360-degree panorama from as high as we got - 10,044 feet. We sat discussing whether or not we were going to summit the last peak when we noticed a rather large grizzly bear just below us, which we sat and watched for nearly an hour. Between the bear and rolling thunder from a fast-approaching storm, we decided to head a quick pace. Of course, a mile or so from the car we had a 30-foot encounter with a speeding moose. Montana rocks.

Be sure to enlarge the panorama to its full size when it opens in your browser. Interestingly, since this photograph was taken a week ago, a raging wildfire has sprung up just a few drainages over. If taken today, all you would see in front of Andrew (picture-right) is smoke roaring east at 30,000+ feet.


  1. Great shot! I really enjoy the panoramic shots you've been creating.

  2. mmm..very nice! You have inspired me to get outside. Beautiful Code Red.

  3. when it is enlarged it truly is a really great shot. Nice Work


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