The Curiosity Rover has reached an elevation of 300 metres above our landing site. We have made it up the first part of Vera Rubin Ridge and are now starting to get some views down and over the Gale Crater plains. The crater rim mountains can be seen in the distance. This is a navigation Camera image, which are often returned more quickly than the MastCam science images, as they are needed for planning drives. After a lot of work by the engineering teams we aim to start using the drill again soon to determine the mineralogy of this ridge and work out how it formed 4 billion years ago.