Summits

I’ve been out today purchasing the new furniture for my house today, finally! It’ll arrive Tuesday so I can finally dump the last pieces of furniture that came from the divorce. Getting rid of bad karma. Anyway, I didn’t get much done in terms of photography today, here is the top of the Las Vegas Range at the north end of the valley at 6950 feet. Thank you super zoom lens! This is Gass Peak.



Categories:Geology, Home, Las Vegas, Las Vegas Valley, Mojave Desert, Mountains, Nevada, Nikon, Photography

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  1. Wonderful photos! How does one do the 6950 feet climb?

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    • As far as I know, you must take the 95 freeway north of Vegas then head east on Corn Creek Road which takes you up the back side of the mountain. My truck is a two wheel drive and not a mud bogging truck so I’ve not been up there. There is also the Sheep Range up there too, favorites for 4 wheel drive lovers. home that explains this. 😎

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