Table Mountain Summit
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|Another view of the Table Mountain Summit. We made it to this point after 3 1/2 hours of hiking the last half hour straight up. We decided to go back so we didn't get stuck on the trail in the dark, but got a good view of the summit to reach for next time.|
Although not a very big peak at 3417 feet, Table Mountain is one of the most spectacular landmarks of the Columbia River Gorge. With sheer cliffs of about 1500 feet, Table Mountain, along with the similar looking Greenleaf Peak to the east and Hamilton Mountain to the west form an impressive-looking group on the Washington side of the Gorge.
This peak makes a great training/conditioning hike and is especially popular with local mountaineering groups for that reason. Someday soon I hope to make it all the way to the top myself.
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- [2005-03-11 4:29]
Lori,2 smiles for your effort in Table Mountain ;) and I'm sure after these exercises you can climb the top yourself.I liked the colors and dof...TFS
- [2005-03-11 15:42]
Hi Lori, I like it alot. Lovely composition and very nice scene. Great landscape shot, well done.
Very nice composition.DOF is great.