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Humboldt Peak

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Man, how long did it take you to get up on top of that mountain ?!! That looks like K2 to an unexperienced climber like me. Awesome footage though. I think that's when having a drone really makes it all worthwhile; when you're someplace like that and only a drone can capture the moment.
 
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Man, how long did it take you to get up on top of that mountain ?!! That looks like K2 to an unexperienced climber like me. Awesome footage though. I think that's when having a drone really makes it all worthwhile; when you're someplace like that and only a drone can capture the moment.

Just over 8 hours total, 14 miles, 5,600 ft elevation gain.
 

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On top of the mountain by yourself, with the perspective of scale and the beauty of blowing snow, depth, and texture - fantastic!

People often comment about how small they feel among nature, and your video brings that point home big time. Just awesome.
 
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On top of the mountain by yourself, with the perspective of scale and the beauty of blowing snow, depth, and texture - fantastic!

People often comment about how small they feel among nature, and your video brings that point home big time. Just awesome.
I’m sometimes unsure if I enjoy the climbing or the droning more. Droning really brings the scale of a mountain into perspective.