This is my submission for the #monomad challenge
This image was taken on a my last expedition - to Canada's Yukon.
On our trip there we spent 5 days hiking more than 50km and 5,000m of elevation. While that may not sound like a lot, in the Yukon terrain is different. With vast plains separating mountains, the elevation gains you do encounter are usually steep and intense.
The image below is a stitch of over 90frames, captured as a panorama to help capture the intense steepness. This pass we had to hike over was just over 900m of elevation that was hiked up and down within a 2km distance. At over 45deg slopes this was easily the most difficult scree slope I have backpacked.
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