I'm going hiking this weekend, climbing up mountain washington in NH and I'm on the horns of a dilemma. what lenses to carry with me, more lenses = heavier backpack I own a Nikon D70s and have the heavy and large 28-70mm f2.8 lens. It takes awesome shots and I typically leave it on, but it is a tank. I can take the kit lens 18mm-70 f3.5-4.5f Not a bad lens, great pictures, though the depth of field is not as smooth as the "beast" as I like to call it. Then there's the 12-24 wide angle lens, I'm not sure if will produce good wide angle landscape shots. I think I might be better off stitching together a panorama. I haven't climbed mt. washington in a few years and the last time I did it, I took the kit lens and it did an ok job, but I really want some killer shots but the weight of the other lens might be an issue. There's no guarantee that I'll get too much shots since the weather up on mt washington is quite random Thoughts, recommendations.