I’m working on a number of projects now and I’m getting into doing virtual tours. I’m just learning Autopano Pro and PanoTour and it’s fairly intuitive. Below, check out my first panorama. It’s from Mather Pass which is on both the John Muir Trail as well as the Sierra High Route. It’s pretty high resolution, so may take a little while to load. It will only work where flash is enabled
So this summer some friends and I embarked on the Sierra High Route (SHR) which is an unmarked route developed by Steve Roper. It travels from Road’s End in Kings Canyon National Park to Twin Lakes, which is north of Yosemite near Mono Village. As can be expected on a journey of this magnitude, everything did not go as expected. Nonetheless, we completed about two thirds of the route and went many days without seeing another human.
This trip travels similar terrain to the John Muir Trail, but instead of following a nicely graded path over a dozen or so passes, this route climbs over precipitous passes almost every day. Miles were limited to around 8 per day, less than half of what I’d normally do. It really was an experience, and over the next few weeks and months I will be describing the trip and showing some of my photos. I thought I’d give a little teaser right now and show you a few of my favorite photos from the trip.
Enjoy, and stay tuned for more!