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Hidden Lake Peaks summit (south)
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View from the south summit of Hidden Lakes Peak (elev. 6890') in the North Cascades near Marblemount, Washington.  Evening views extend towards Mt. Baker & Mt. Shuksan to the north, Eldorado, Forbidden, Boston, & Sahale Peaks to the east & northeast, as well as Mt. Formidable & Glacier Peak looking south.  A lookout tower is also located at the top.

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Uploaded: 20/09/2013
Updated: 13/10/2013
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