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Mt. Ashland summit [2]
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View from the false summit of Mt. Ashland (elev. 7533') south of Ashland, Oregon.  A large doppler radar adorns the summit, visible for many miles.  Views of Mt. McLoughlin & Mt. Shasta to the south as well as the high snowy peaks of the Klamath Mountains.  The Rogue Valley & Medford lie directly below to the north.

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Aktualisiert: 24/07/2012
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