All these pictures are of mountains that I've seen in the last 10 years. Some are of dubious quality. You may click on any image to see a full-sized image.
Visible from the road north to Fairbanks, Denali is one of several tall mountains.
This was Amy's favorite picture.
Polychromite Pass is visible from the bus entering Denali National Park, and is the flow of a river.
Another look at the pass.
As seen from Anchorage on a clear day.
Despite being 200 miles away, on a clear day the mass of Denali is an imposing site on the Anchorage skyline.
The haze visible looking east across North Carolina is what earned the name.
Cades Cove is a clearing in the trees in Tennessee.
This stream ran near the western side of the mountains.
In Tennessee, this is the view of the mountains.
This is a view of Mount St. Helens from the south, in 1991.
Paradise is the visitors' center at the highest reachable point.
This is a view from the west.
A think layer of clouds cover the very top.
This view in 2002 is from the visitors' center, to the northwest.
The Toutle River is where much of the debris washed away.
Rainier from the entrance station.
A view of the very top of the mountain.
This is Mount Shasta in mid-October, from the southeast.
Mount Lassen and the devastated area.
Mount Lassen from the northeast.
This is Mount St. Helens from the eastern viewpoint.
Mount Adams is visible from the slopes of Mount St. Helens.
This is also from the same viewpoint, looking from the slopes of Mount St. Helen's at Oregon's Mount Hood.
An old riverbed that has been lifted by the thrust of the Chisos.
Santa Elena Canyon is the border between Mexico and the United States.
A closer look at the canyon.
The Chisos as viewed from the east.
The Chugach are a part of Wrangell-St. Elias National Park.
This range was once a coral reef at the edge of an ocean. Look east, and all you see is flat lands for as far as the eye can see.
This is a view down into Lillian Valley in the heart of the Olympics.
This was the northern most point of my 1993 trip to Canada.
Pyramid Mountain is near Jasper, Alberta.
The reflection in the lake is pretty neat.
Mount Andromeda is quite impressive.
This glacier was huge. You climbed a ridge and looked down on it.
In Montana, you find this mountain.
The Rockies in Colorado, as seen from the west.
A view, with sand dunes in front.
Carson lake is near the summit of Carson Pass in the Sierra Nevada.
Cathedral lake is in Yosemite.
Devil's Postpile is southeast of Yosemite.
Monitor Pass is one of the most beautiful passes. This looks down on a perfect glacially carved valley.
King's Canyon is a deep cut into the Sierras.
The southern Sierras are quite beautiful.
The view from the south of the canyon.
This view is from near the top of White Mountain across Bishop.
The Grand Tetons are amoung the youngest mountains.
And as a result, are among the least eroded.
In 2000, when I visited there was fresh snow on the mountains...
and a layer of low clouds.
The light and shadows that resulted lead to these...
four spectacular pictures.
Maybe not in the Wastach, but nearby, is the Capital Reef.
The Wrangell mountains include the second tallest peak in North America.
This is sunset across the Ngorongoro crater, a caldera in the volcanic highlands of Tanzania.
The highest point in Africa.
There is a mountainous spine running down the eastern side of the country, this is a valley in that spine.
Approaching the Three Gorges of the Yangtze River.
Entering the gorges.
Closer... And then it rained, making photography difficult.
Down the gorges.
The mountains rose swiftly from the side of the Li.
The plutons, with the surrounding limestone eroded away, stand as gaunt sentinels.
In the center of Australia is Ayers' Rock. Not strictly a mountain, but still a climb.
The Olgas are nearby. Same geological reasons for creation.