Gigapixel view from the summit of Lovers Leap (elev. 5,165') near Callahan, California. From here one can see China & South China Mountain to the east, Craggy Mountain, the Russian Wilderness (including Russian Peak), & the Marble Mountain Wilderness towards Boulder Peak. The mountain was formed during the Silurian epoch (about 430 million years ago) w/ fossil crinoids & corals found in particular deposits. Other limestone caps in the area date it among the oldest rocks in the region. Lovers Leap is a popular location for rock climbing w/ plenty of routes on all sides & on lower formations below.
Gigapixel panorama (1.617 gigapixels), 328 photos, 56872x28436 pixels