When you think of landscape photography, you likely think of wide angle lenses that capture large swaths of a scene; after all, those are the most common tools of the trade. However, this great video makes a case for why you might want to consider a longer lens the next time you head out to take some landscape shots.
Coming to you from Nigel Danson, this helpful video examines why a telephoto zoom is a great tool to carry in your backpack. As Danson points out, while a wide angle lens is normally the choice for such scenery, they require you to of course be closer to your subject, which in turn requires more physical movement than you might have time or capability for. On the other hand, a 70-200mm lens can allow you to pick off subjects without straying far from the trail, and it can also add some compression should you wish to use that to your advantage. Of course, it's not a replacement for a wide angle lens for many reasons, but if you want something that makes framing up subjects from afar a bit easier, it's a lens you might want to consider throwing in your bag.