Hiking the brown hills and large viewplanes of Mount Diablo in the San Francisco Bay Area
VIDEO: Aspen Times mountain correspondent Corby Anderson takes the viewers all across the Roaring Fork Valley and surrounding wilderness for a new activity or adventure every summer day.
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Aspen official report: Mount Diablo is like the Mount Sopris of the San Francisco Bay Area – girthy and visible from far afield. Named by Spanish Missionaries who believed it to be possessed, the mountain has one of the largest viewsheds in the West, with Mount Lassen (181 miles to the north) clearly visible on a good day.
Aspen Times roving mountain correspondent Corby Anderson takes the viewers on another “On The Road with Corby” segment as he hikes the high peak of his youth on a warm summer day.
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[iframe src=”http://player.vimeo.com/video/66578668″ width=”320″ height=”181″ style=”border: 1px solid black;”]On the Hill Winter 2012-13 documented 150 straight days of ski conditions in Colorado’s High Country.