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Trip Report and Photos: Mt. Conness, Yos emite NP
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Mount Conness, elevation 12,590'
“I have pictures and a trip journal of my latest adventure posted on my website. It was a day hike to the summit of Mount Conness (12,590') in Yosemite NP. We didn't quite make it, but the views and experience gained made it worth the effort.
Read all about it here: The Backcountry: Mount Conness
“Looks like an awesome trip. Last September I did Saddlebag to Lundy and the Conness Crest area looked very inviting. I'm definately going back. When was the trip? BTW, I think the 4th pic is Tenaya Lk.”
“nice pics and report. looks like awesome turf.”
“Great report and pics.”
“The trip was last Saturday the 28th. Thanks for the picture info. Something told me it wasn't Saddlebag Lake.”
One more thing...
“I went ahead and removed that photo since it really isn't in the Conness area, just on the drive up. Maybe I can work it into the trip later.
Thanks baume 66 an Must Hike!”
“How were the mosquitos?”
“Passing up a water source. I've done that more that I'd like to admit.
“Wonderful pictures Mike!”
You live-you learn.
“Those pictures are great. The depth and breadth of your pictures are lovely. I loved the picture looking down off the trail, it showed the juxtiposition of the beauty and danger of the backcountry.
The more I see of the west the more I know I will live out there one day.”
“They weren't too bad until we returned to the car.
Thanks to all for the compliments!”
“Mike - Great! Thanks!”
“Great pics and report Mike!
Nice to get out ..eh?
I signed up for a photography class at our local community college. The class is based on 35mm so I had to go out and buy a 35mm SLR.
I found a used Nikon FE(an oldie but a goodie)in great shape at our local camera store...this should be interesting ;)”
WW, It was nice to finally get out, and no car trouble, except for the fact that my Firebird ran like crap at 10,000'. I couldn't even get a chirp out of the tires. :(
I am ready for a laid back day hike or overnight backpacking trip to get back in the groove...so to speak.”
“Wow! You had some great views up there. Great job once again.”
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