Climbing Gannett Peak, Wyoming

On 18 July 2006, I reached the summit of Gannett Peak. It’s the highest mountain in Wyoming and is 13,804 feet / 4,207 metres above sea-level. Gannett Peak is the fifth highest of the fifty US state highpoints and has been rated the second hardest of the state highpoints to climb. It was the third US state highpoint that I had climbed.

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