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On the way down from Pepper Peak
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This was taken on the way down from Pepper Peak. I did not take a pano on Pepper Peak because of the heavy clouds. There are good views of the Twin Peaks and of Cook Inlet as well as Eklutna Lake through light clouds.

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Uploaded: 19/08/2012
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Tags: nature; mountain; alaska; chugach; eklutna lake; alpine; twin peaks; palmer; clouds; pepper peak; cook inlet; 2012-08-12
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