I grew up in the Rocky Mountains, so I am used to beautiful mountain scenes, but Mt. Fitzroy took my breath away. I immediately claimed it as my favourite mountain, and that is a huge honour for a mountain that is competing with ranges on every continent. I had heard the biggest obstacle to seeing Mt. Fitzroy is the omnipresent cloud cover.
When we arrived in the tiny little Patagonian village, I could see several of the tall peaks poking through the clouds, and I was glad to see even that much. As we began our hike, I stopped every few minutes to look behind me to see what the clouds were doing. To my amazement, the clouds were moving so fast that we could see them sweep by the famous peaks. Eventually, the clouds all but moved away, and I was able to snap this photo. I had heard horror stories of people coming all this way to see the majestic mountain, and returning home unrewarded. The clouds never completely cleared, but I think that they add to the photo - the mountain maintained just a tad of its anonymity.
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