There are many scenic hikes in the Methow Valley and surrounding areas. I was on an adventure with my family when we came around a bend and saw this view. Well not exactly this view but close. 🙂 I took a photograph and then made a painting out of my original image. I love to explore the Mountains and enjoy bringing home as much of the experience as I can to create with and remember later. Photography is wonderful for capturing ideas, and painting is a really cool way to make these original ideas come to life on a canvas at a later time.
“Liberty Bell Mountain is located in the North Cascades, approximately one mile south of Washington Pass on the North Cascades Highway. Liberty Bell is part of the Liberty Bell Group, a group of spires which also includes Concord Tower, Lexington Tower, North Early Winters Spire, and South Early Winters Spire.
Rock Climbing Routes
Liberty Bell Mountain features 18 named traditional climbing routes. Liberty Crack is featured in Fifty Classic Climbs of North America. The first ascent was on September 27, 1946 by Fred Beckey, Jerry O’Neil, and Charles Welsh by way of what is now known as the Beckey route.” – Wikipedia