Craggy Pinnacle Hike 360-degree Views
Back in July 2020, I went to the Craggy Pinnacle Trail to hike to the top and capture some 360-degree panoramic images with my camera. For this hike, I used my Nodal Ninja pole 2 mounted to a Manfrotto tripod. It was an extremely windy day and it was difficult to keep the camera from swaying a bit while elevated above 8 ft. Mind you at the top of the overlook, some of the images were captured on the pole from 10 or more feet above the ground while the wind pushed on the camera during each exposure. The hike is fairly easy to navigate, even with awkward sized camera equipment. The scenery is mindblowing and parts of the trail look like they could be in a fairytale. Check out the 360-degree panoramic images I was able to capture on my hike below.
You can learn more about the area on the NPS website.