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Larch Valley II

The Larch Valley is one of the most-visited valleys in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. That is not at all surprising. Hikers reachthe timber line very quickly, and from there they are able to look onto a series of mountain summits – a fantastic view.

Actually the panorama in Larch Valley is breathtaking. All ten summits of the valley can be seen; probably the most impressive is the snow-covered Mount Fay, with a height of 3235 meters. Particularly in the last September weeks, as in this panorama, the larks offer a magnificent play of color. A good time to visit the Larch Valleys is June, in which a completely special panorama may be observed- the ten mountain summits are still covered with snow at this time. The exhausting way to the Sentinel pass is promising as well. The effort is well compensated with anadditional panorama view.

Date: June 2001
Number of Photos: 14
Definition: 1024 x 768
Camera: Olympus Camedia C-2000 Z
Software: Panorama Tools, PTGui, Photoshop, Pure Tools
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Copyright 2010 Thomas Heuzeroth
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