Seneca is the most unique though. Its fin formation is the highest of its kind east of Devils Tower, WY.
Our leader on this trip is an old guide on Seneca. He and I had been planning to climb it together for ages now - so nice to finally DO it. Our other friend Dylan joined us for his first trip up. This trip had very special meaning to him as he spread his grandparents ashes from the summit per his grandfather's wish. Pretty crazy stuff!
So without further ado, have a ton of photos from my 6th trip up Seneca!
|Really showing off how much rock there is here
|My friend Mike, leader for the day and a used-to-be guide at Seneca
|Routes 33 and 28; Spruce Knob high peak trending top left distance; Allegheny Mtn. high peak in center distance
|Not perfect posture, but seriously, y'all, this is like an 8' fin with hundreds of feet of vertical to my left and right.
You don't wanna fuck that shit up.
|Worth viewing at full size. Feel free to giggle at Mike in a heap with the very girly Seneca log book in his hand.
|Such an awesome day!