Dragontail Peak from Aasgard Pass in the Enchantments

Dragontail Peak from Aasgard Pass in the Enchantments

Dragontail Peak from Aasgard Pass in the Enchantments

It's hard to miss the massive Dragontail Peak as you climb Aasgard Pass from Lake Colchuck into the core of the Enchantments located near Leavenworth, Washington. At just below 9000 feet, it'+C629s tall enough to split the clouds. At the bottom, we experienced sun breaks which turned to hail then snow as we ascended the pass almost 2000 feet up in less than 3/4 of a mile. Taking breaks along the way is a must so I took out my camera and used the time to capture the dynamic peak.

  • Camera  Nikon D850
  • Lens Sigma 50mm f/1.4 Art @ 50mm
  • Number of shots 24
  • Megapixels 996
Regular price $5,220.00
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