The first hike we did after arriving in Waterton was to climb up the Bear’s Hump. It’s not a very long hike, but it goes up over 700 feet in less than a mile. There are a lot of ‘steps’ built into the trail, but I think they help prevent erosion more than fatigue. Let’s just say they would not be Mike Holmes approved. So it was a fairly tough climb, but the view from the top is totally worth it. I took a bunch of shots to merge into a panorama image, but alas, I forgot to take the ISO off of Auto and it kept changing so all the images were not at a consistent brightness. So, I had to settle for this one shot I took with my wide angle lens, which is only about a quarter of what the panorama would have been.
Camera: Canon EOS 60D, Exposure Time: 1/400, Aperture: f/8, ISO: 100, Focal Length: 10mm
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