Friday Photo: Chinese Wall, Montana

Editor’s note: This is the latest installment in our weekly series called simply the “Friday Photo.” Each week we’ll share a great photo taken from the cockpit – one that shares the joy, beauty or fun of flying. If you’d like to join in, send your photo and description (using the format below) to: editor@airfactsjournal.com

Chinese wall montana from Bonanza

The view: Montana’s Chinese Wall in the Bob Marshall Wilderness

The pilot: Jeff Morrison

The airplane: 1964 S-35 Bonanza

The mission: On the way to weekend camping in the backcountry

The memory: Great visibility with early morning sunrise made for a spectacular view of the Chinese Wall, a 1000 ft. high escarpment that stretches unbroken for 12 miles.

2 Comments

  • Great view. I hiked the base so that wall (and then over Pentagon Mt to the North) on a two week trip across the Bob Marshell to Glacier. Looking forward to flying it next summer. Betting the rocks coming off the wall don’t bother me as much from above….

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