June 2004 - 24 photos

June 6th, 2004 we hiked from North Ogden Pass to the south and followed the ridge to Lewis Peak. The peak is one of the lesser peaks along the Wasatch range at 8,031 foot altitude. Though lower, It does provide a beautiful view of the Ogden area. I thought it was a long hike, but the forest service lists it at 5.3 miles one way with a climb of about 2,000 feet. My new neighbors Mike and Michele joined us and they carried their small children all the way. I was quite impressed.

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Ridge to Lewis Peak

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The photos shown here were taken with a Canon EOS 300D, (Digital Rebel) a 6.3 Megapixel SLR Camera, with wide angle to 2x optical zoom. Some of these photos were taken with the Canon EF 100-400mm IS Zoom lens, (3x to 13x) which has Electronic Image Stabilazation.  The original photos were taken at 3072x2048. These photos are now set to 750 x 500 for faster loading. You are welcome to look at or download any of the photos. If you use them on any other webpage, please give credit and refer back to me.

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