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Hailuogou glacier is in Sichuan,westof China.It is part of Mt.Gongga,which has an elevation of 7556m.It is the highest peak in Sichuan Province as the King of Sichuan mountains.Snow remains on the mountain all year around.For roughly 1600 years this ice wall has been creeping and carving its way down to the forest below and towards Moxi town.The park is the lowest glacier in Asia.The glacier melt has created the Dadu River and continues to alter the landscape further down the valley.... continue reading
Having lived in Australia for most of my life, I figured it was time to knuckle down and visit New Zealand, more so with the current deliciously low prices of plane tickets.We decided to travel using the number one mode of transport in this country for travelers, which is via a car. Well truth be told, the campervan really deserves this honor, but with visiting as we were in the low season, between summer and winter, we knew there would be plenty of readily affordable accommodation. Having only... continue reading
In part I talked about how beautiful Valdez is, and that it has some wonderful places to go hiking. There is also a very nice and sheltered small boat harbour, which is important considering that fishing is a primary industry there. You can go right to the cannery and buy fresh fish that has just come off the boats. We bought some halibut and cooked it up on the barbecue with some lemon pepper... it was the best halibut I have ever had!Another thing you can do from the harbour is take one of the... continue reading
Mt.Animaqen snow-covered mountain is one of the four scared mountains of Tibetan Buddhism in elevation of 6200 metres. Thismountain is huge and covered with snow perennially. People in Tibet usually pilgrimage on the methods of trekking over the hills. If you want to drive there, it needs cross country vehicle with four-wheel drive to climb over the mountains and cross over the rivers. Leaving from Maduo Town, it needs 16 hours to reach the Kalong Glacier below the Mt.Animaqen mountain. From the... continue reading
I recently had the opportunity to go to Alaska and see some of the glaciers.They sure are beautiful.I visited the Hubbard Glacier first.It is one of the few that is still advancing, and at a fast rate as well.It is impressive to see the awesome scale of the glacier as well as the breaking off and forming of new icebergs and ice.The second was the Mendenhall Glacier, near Juneau.It is receding, but being accessible by land you can get quite close.Juneau was a neat town in that it is... continue reading
I live not far from Mt Shuksan, what several websites call the most photographed mountain in the world.I don't know for sure that it is the most photographed mountain in the world, but I know that I have been obsessed with photographing it over the last 15 years.What makes Mt Shuksan at 9127 feet tall so amazing is not its height, but the mix of craggy rocks, glaciers, and snow.Whether I am out hiking, or skiing nearby, I find myself compelled to shoot pictures of Mt Shuksan.Mt Baker... continue reading
I like hiking a lot, especially in canadian rocky mountain area. One of the most unforgettable moments in rockies is about the glacier lake on the toe of mountain edith cavell, jasper national park, Alberta, Canada. During the winter this area is all covered by snow and ice of course. In summer, a 1.5 km long hiking trail leads to the re-open lake shore. However, even in the hottest summer, this blue lake is full with icebergs.The icy bank of the lake is very interesting, it shows some very nice... continue reading
Recently I have joined the most popular weekend activity during summer here in Switzerland: hiking. With the Alps in such a close range, within only an hour car ride to bases above 2000m altitude and the amount of published literature on hiking trails, no wonder everybody does it...We started about a month ago with a several light trails, one from Morgins up trough the forest to Savolaire Farm, a nice observation point for the famous Dents du Midi mountain range (left image). Dents du Midi range... continue reading
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