Humphreys Peak love

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A mountain, 3,851 m (12,633 ft) high, in the San Francisco Peaks of north-central Arizona. It is the highest point in the state.

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  • And so it was that on March 8, 1998, I set out for a solo winter climb of Humphreys Peak, the highest point in Arizona.

    127 Hours

  • After my adventure on Humphreys Peak, Mark and I spoke often about my plan to solo-climb all the fourteeners in Colorado in winter.

    Between a Rock and a Hard Place

  • And so it was that on March 8, 1998, I set out for a solo winter climb of Humphreys Peak, the highest point in Arizona.

    127 Hours

  • After my adventure on Humphreys Peak, Mark and I spoke often about my plan to solo-climb all the fourteeners in Colorado in winter.

    127 Hours

  • There are patterns to my climbing style that first sprouted on this ascent of Humphreys Peak—traveling by myself, climbing through storms, making solid route-finding decisions in demanding situations, and getting lucky around lightning.

    127 Hours

  • After my adventure on Humphreys Peak, Mark and I spoke often about my plan to solo-climb all the fourteeners in Colorado in winter.

    127 Hours

  • And so it was that on March 8, 1998, I set out for a solo winter climb of Humphreys Peak, the highest point in Arizona.

    127 Hours

  • After my adventure on Humphreys Peak, Mark and I spoke often about my plan to solo-climb all the fourteeners in Colorado in winter.

    127 Hours

  • There are patterns to my climbing style that first sprouted on this ascent of Humphreys Peak—traveling by myself, climbing through storms, making solid route-finding decisions in demanding situations, and getting lucky around lightning.

    127 Hours

  • There are patterns to my climbing style that first sprouted on this ascent of Humphreys Peak—traveling by myself, climbing through storms, making solid route-finding decisions in demanding situations, and getting lucky around lightning.

    127 Hours

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