About this Site

Enderby Cliffs is an impressive rock cropping rising to a height of about 1200 meters above sea level, or 850 meters above the valley floor.  

Here is a link some information about the Enderby Cliffs.

Below are links to some of the media I took, including some amazing drone video. Be sure to check out and navigate around the Panoramas.


Here are some still images of the Enderby Cliffs, shot with my drone.


Here is some video footage shot with my drone.


Most of these panoramas are 360 degree, though one is 180 degrees, across the cliff face.  The Panorama looks best if viewed in full screen. Click on the icon on the upper right hand corner (with 4 arrows pointing outward).

To properly view the Panoramas, if you have a touch screen, drag your finger across the screen and the Panorama scrolls around. Same effect using a mouse (click and hold) on a non-touch device.

Also, with a phone or a tablet, you should be able to stand, hold the device level with your eyes and turn around. The image should scroll as if you are actually there turning your head.

Enderby Cliffs pano-1

Enderby Cliffs pano-2

Enderby Cliffs pano-3 (180 degree)

Enderby Cliffs pano-4