First Day of Fall White Cloud Mountains ©


The Gunsight, Chinese Wall, Calkens Peak, Gunsight Lake, Quartzite Lake and Tin Cup Lake on the first day of Fall as seen from Peak 10815. What great names! At 11,487 ft. Calkens Peak is the second highest in the White Cloud Mountain Range – 300 feet lower than the equally huge Castle Peak. If you are up to the grind, both are worthy of summiting. Reaching the summit of Peak 10815 is equally challenging and exciting. The route to the summit from Stanley Idaho requires travelling 50 miles east, 20 miles southwest, and 18 miles west before gaining 3,200 vertical feet in four miles on Idaho highest jeep trail to Railroad Ridge. The route includes navigating through the now abandoned Livingston Mine. To reach the summit of Peak 10815 from Railroad Ridge requires an ascent of 650 vertical feet on rock scree at 40-45 degrees in angle.

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20" by 30", 24" by 54", 32" by 72", 36" by 80", 40" by 90", 44" by 100", 54" by 120"


Archival Canvas, Archival Paper


Gallery Wrap, UnFramed


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