A collection of steep places from around the world.
Mountain climber on our Malham walk in the Yorkshire Dales of England. Flying from Regina to Vancouver over the snow-covered mountains in Canada’s Rocky Mountains. Skiers flew by helicopter to high up in the Rockies to experience the ‘steep & deep’ snow. If you wanted to experience steep lower down you could try the 3-black-diamond runs, with names like ‘Cliff Jumper’, ‘Suicide Run’ and ‘Widowmaker’.A view of a cliff dwelling in Mesa Verde National Park, not a place you want to be prone to sleepwalking!This is the kind of crumbling cliff they warn you about along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path in Wales.View of the mountains of the Picos de Europa from the mirador in the village of Bulnes in Spain. I couldn’t resist this cartoon of a Spanish mountain climber trying to climb those steep Picos de Europa. White chalk cliffs on the Alabaster Coast of Normandy, France. A Vietnamese boat in the shadow of the karst cliffs of Halong Bay in Vietnam. Looking down from the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland – this shot makes my stomach fall away…
The chalk cliffs, aka ‘Fish Clay’, at Stevns Klint in Denmark.Mountains of karst in Vang Vieng, Laos. More of Frank’s Tuesday Photo Challenge: Steep.
Gorgeous pictures, even though some of them are terrifying. I’ve actually been to the Cliffs of Moher, but didn’t go anywhere near the edge. Fun Post.
We were foolish enough to go quite close to the edge – not a great idea when I later saw how undercut those edges are – they look like they could break off any minute!
Wow! These are fantastic images. I’d never find myself in these location – I detest cold – but the scenery is incredible.
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