Google Street View Makes it to the World's Highest Peaks

Google Street View Makes it to the World's Highest Peaks

There are two things I love, the outdoors and Google. When these two come together great things have to happen. Google employee (and bad ass) Dan Fredinburg lead a team up mountains, Kilimanjaro (Tanzania), Aconcagua (Argentina), Elbrus (Russia), and Everest Base Camp (Nepal). Dan used a simple tripod and fish eye lens to capture the landscape and travel as light as possible. Check the rest of the post to see the interactive mountain views and some behind the scenes photos of the team.


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South Base Camp, Khumjung, Eastern Region, Nepal



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Aconcagua Summit, Mendoza, Argentina



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Uhuru, Kilimanjaro, Tanzania



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Barrel Huts Elbrus, Russia

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