The mountains seemed to go on and on…
From my bedroom window.
Over the weekend I went on my first solo wilderness overnight in New Hampshire’s White Mountains.
This spectacular view from the top of Stairs Mountain, the reward for a long hike carrying a fully loaded pack, awaited me as I reached my camp for the evening.
As the sun was setting to the west, the pastel glow cast over the landscape to the south-east was breathtaking.
The mountains receding into the distance seemed to go on forever.
The fire in the sky over the mountains to the west, especially about 15 minutes after the sun went down, was better still.
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I had hoped for an equally glorious sunrise view in the morning, however the weather had other plans.
Here is the same cliff face from the above photo the following morning.
Not the sunrise view I was hoping for, but still an outstanding trip into the wilderness.