Rest stop in Henry's Fork after the first 2 miles.
7 miles up into Henry's Fork, Kings Peak is the tiny center pyramid between the pines in the distance!
Crossing the wetlands in upper Henry's Fork.
Two happy hikers, with distinctly different postures during a break.
Checking out the cliffs near our campsite in Henry's Fork.
A little bouldering fun near the waterfalls in Henry's Fork.
Water falls in Henry's Fork.
Sam trying to decide if it's colder than it looks.
Parker deciding that's it's too cold.
Bishop Richards, Sam, and Jake washing off the sweat with fresh snow melt water.
Bishop Richards doing Zen breathing, or having a stroke, not sure which.
Jake at the moment of commitment.
Beautiful sunset after a thunderstorm in upper Henry's Fork, 11,000ft.
Enjoying the finest in dehydrated meals after the rain.
Taking in the beauty after the rain in Henry's Fork.
Sunset striking Gilbert Peak on day one.
Happy campers in upper Henry's Fork.
Sam, Parker and Carl in Henry's Fork.
Rise and shine! 9AM departure to Gunsight, Anderson's, and King's Peak- with fully loaded packs!!!!
Taking a break on the east shoulder of King's Peak below Anderson Pass. Very, very few make this journey with full packs.
The summit party at King's Peak, 13,527FT, highest point in Utah. Jake is obviously being affected by the altitude.
Beginning the descent down the west side of Anderson Pass, the toughest in the entire range, up or down. We'll cross the entire basin in the background before the end of the afternoon.
Continuing down Anderson Pass, with the West Face of King's Peak in the background. South King's Peak actually looks taller to the right, but it isn't.