Tag Archives: Giant Ledge
Hiked in the pouring rain Monday, and was amply rewarded in the spells when the rain paused.
I climbed Giant Ledge with a friend yesterday, and we elected to go around the mountain and inspect the foot of the cliffs from below. We found a little unexplored world, November moss on all the rocks, green against the coming winter – this is a steep East-facing slope, and stays cool and moist all [...]
This is from late October. By now all the leaves are gone.
When I arrived on top of Giant Ledge late this afternoon I found three people enjoying the view. Their conversation had some strange inner weight to it which I could not quite fathom, but I could tell that there was some real experience behind it, despite their obvious youth. It turns out all three were [...]
I climbed to my usual perch just south of Panther Mountain on October 8th, full of thoughts. This is part of what I saw.
From Giant Ledge in the Catskills.
I climbed Giant Ledge with a friend on what appeared to be a gorgeous, sunny afternoon on Saturday. But it’s strange weather we’ve been having. Every two hours is like a different day. It started raining about halfway up, pouring about three-quarters of the way up. We had no rain gear (this is a short, [...]