Most climbs don't end on top of a mountain, so it's important to document the ones that do. Everyone has their own summit photo tradition. Some smile. Some stare introspectively into the distance. Some go for the classic jumping shot. Others moon the camera. Mike Libecki, as he described in the March issue of Climbing, poses in the current year's Chinese zodiac mask. Whatever your summit celebration, we want to see it! Post a picture on Instagram and tag it with #summitphoto. If your photo is among our favorites, we'll contact you about featuring it in an upcoming issue of our print edition.
No Instagram account? No problem. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with a photo and a sentence about your #summitphoto.
Pictured: Climbing editor Shannon Davis stands on the summit ridge of the Matterhorn.