Photograph #54 East End of Casper Mountain

July 23rd, 2010


The East End of Casper Mountain

It's much higher than it looks

It’s unusual to talk about the ‘end’ of a mountain

But Casper Mountain is something like ten miles long, from East to West, and rises abruptly almost 3000 feet from the flatlands at it’s foot. Wikipedia says it’s so long and wide that it is visible from space, at the height the Shuttle and International Space Station fly. I’d like to test that personally, someday.

Rating 3.00 out of 5

One Comment

  1. Pam Belding Says:

    The sky is absolutely stunning too. You live in a beautiful part of the world.

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