Glen Denny 1939-2022 was perhaps the top photographer prowling the walls during Yosemite’s Golden Era, spanning from around 1960 to 1970. His iconic images grace numerous books and are often featured in films and video. Certainly they are remembered. Denny didn’t only chronicle pivotal moments in Yosemite climbing history, he added to it with numerous big ascents such as Astroman and the third repeat of The Nose, a deal of the magnitude of a lunar landing in 1963. The curated selection of Glen Denny photos that follow capture the vitality and wildness of The Valley BITD and are a tribute to Denny who passed this week, moving on to the eternal climb.