I took a day off of working at the Camp Como to hike Greys Peak. I
recently bought a new camera so I though I would send some pictures.
The peak is 14,000 feet high and you start and just over 11,000 feet.
I drove to the trailhead late at night and slept in the back of my
pickup. I was well over five miles away from any other living soul.
The mountain glowed neon white as the snow on it reflected the
moonlight. It was pretty cold and I was so excited to get on the
mountain I could barely sleep. I think I started my hike at about
4:30 in the morning (even though I had a mummy bag, wool socks, and a
comforter it was really cold in the back of my little S-10. I don't
think I'll try sleeping there again).
Praise God I made it up and back safely. There was snow the whole
way to the top and I had to posthole quite a bit on the way back down.