Chinaman's Peak
Kelly Wood and I headed out to the mountains after work on 14 June 1996 to watch the sunset from the top of 2407-metre Chinaman's Peak (now known as Ha Ling Peak).  Not surprisingly, we had the whole mountain to ourselves from start to finish.  Descending in the twilight was a rather new experience for us, but we got back to the trailhead quickly and didn't really need our headlamps.
A very late start. Kelly scrambles up the open slopes above treeline.
There goes the sun! Kelly relaxes beside the summit cairn as the sun sets behind the mountains to the west.  Click here for a view to the south.