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Silverhorn, Canadian Rockies
Montagnes Rocheuses - Alberta

We left the parking lot at 0.30am because the weather was extremely warm. We hiked through the pitch black night and reached the glacier some two hours later. We roped up and our guide and instructor Mike lead us safely over the ice field and over a major crevasse. As the terrain became steeper we took out our ice tools and built anchors to belay each other. As the night progressed and the day arrived we climbed up the alpine ice. I lost count of the pitches we did - must have been more than ten. When my arms were about to give up on me we finally reached less steep ground and a few pitches later the summit with this beautiful view.

Copyright: Melina Merkle
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 15302x7651
Taken: 02/12/2018
Chargée: 02/12/2018
Mis à jour: 06/01/2019
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Tags: mountain; summit; climbing; ice climbing; alpine ice; canada; rocky mountains
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More About Montagnes Rocheuses - Alberta

Les montagnes Rocheuses ou « Rocheuses » (en anglais : Rocky Mountains ou Rockies) désignent une grande chaîne de montagnes intracontinentale dans l'ouest de l'Amérique du Nord qui s'étend sur plus de 4 800 km depuis le Nouveau-Mexique au sud jusqu'à nord de la Colombie-Britannique au nord. Elle s'étend sur le territoire des États-Unis et du Canada. Son altitude varie entre 1 500 m près des hautes plaines et 4 401 m au Mont Elbert dans le Colorado. Sa largeur est comprise entre 120 et 650 km. Les Montagnes Rocheuses prennent une forme oblongue, étendue en longitude sur plusieurs milliers de kilomètres.


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