Nine photos of summit yoga.
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Ahlam Serhan in Bow Pose with the support of her partner Kent Edward on the summit of Jebel Rum, Wadi Rum, Jordan. —AHLAM SERHAN
This is what happens when you talk yourself into getting out of bed at 4 a.m. after hitting the sack at midnight the night before. —SHANNON PATTERSON
Lord of the Dance Pose on the slopes of Annapurna III, at 13,000-plus feet, while completing the Annapurna Circuit. — ERIN HAYZELDEN
A celebratory Handstand after hiking up a mountain in southwestern Norway. — KRISTIN GERHART
Anna-Veronique L’hoest on the summit of Frate Maggiore, Tre Frati, Finale Ligure, Italy. — ANNA-VERONIQUE L'HOEST
Yoga at Gosaikunda Lake (~14,000 feet) in Nepal, April 2017. — IVAN DAMNJANOVIC
At the topout of the Shawangunks classic High Exposure (5.6), New York. —RACHEL TOPF
Danny Coutts (and an arboreal friend) striking Tree Pose on Mount Yamnuska, Alberta. —PAUL COUTTS
The sun rises behind Vrksasana (Tree Pose) atop the Balmenhorn (13,671 feet), with a view into Italy’s Val D’Aosta. —JOANNA AHRENS