Bob Gross

Updated August 16, 2006


These links will take you to some images that are available as photo prints. First of all, these images are heavily compressed for web viewing. The original photos were either shot on 35mm slide film and then scanned or else shot digitally, and nearly all of these files are very high resolution (16 to 100 MB each). Take your pick, note the index number part of the image title, and then decide Large (11x14 inch print, mounted and matted onto 16x20 inches) or Medium (8x10 inch print, mounted and matted onto 11x14 inches). When you receive it, it is ready for your standard size frame. Contact the photographer directly (see bottom of this page):     Send E-Mail to Bob

All images are Copyright (c) Bob Gross

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Trip Reports

2006 Mount Whitney Marathon Hike
2005 Mount Whitney Marathon Hike

2005 Springtime Desert Tour

2004 Mount Whitney Marathon Hike
2004 Springtime Desert Tour
2004 Yosemite, Glacier Point

2003 Death Valley --- Telescope Peak
2003 Mount Whitney Marathon Hike
2003 Mount Shasta Trip Report 
2003 Tioga Pass and Tuolumne Meadows Ski Tour
2003 Death Valley

2002 Mount Whitney Marathon Hike

2002 Echo Col and Lamarck Col Trip
2002 Solo Backpack Trip in Yosemite
2002 Mount Shasta Trip Report
2001 Death Valley --- Telescope Peak
2001 Kings Canyon Backpack
2001 Mount Whitney Marathon Hike
2001 Mount Shasta Trip Report
2000 Mount Kilimanjaro
2000 Sierra Crest Ski Tour
1999 Labor Day "Death March" in Sequoia and Kings Canyon

Mount Conness

You won't find many flat hikes across Death Valley here. "I ain't no flatlander!"


Old Trip Reports:
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1996 Aconcagua Trip


1997 Nepal Trekking Report


Miscellaneous Topics:

Total Solar Eclipse
Snow Shelters -- Sierra Nevada Style
Bear Lore
HAPE
Ultralight Backpacking


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