Wednesday, November 09, 2011

Grand View of the Black Mountains.

One of the things we discovered when standing at the cliff top just at the summit of Buzzard Roost was that we were rewarded for our long climb with a unique view of the Black Mountains, the highest range of peaks in the eastern USA. You can see pretty much most of the Blacks from this spot, albeit from a great distance. Still, it is one of the best spots I've found to be able to see the range from end to end.

Looking past Propst Mountain we could see the Black Mountains. From Celo Knob (on the far right) to Potato Hill (far left).

A telephoto stitch of the range. Click to embiggen.

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