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Rising Above the Clouds

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Hiking from Mile Hi Trailhead up to Mount Magnificent you come up to this peak before Tucker Mountain. On this hike I was in the fog below this peak. The sky broke and the views given to me through the fog was incredible. I knew what it was there, but to have these views pop out from the fog was breathtaking.

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A: Above and to the east of Mile High Saddle

by Scott Harper, 30 meters away

On the way to Mount Magnificent from Mile Hi Trailhead. I took this pano just before entering the clo...

Above and to the east of Mile High Saddle

B: Mile High Saddle

by Scott Harper, 550 meters away

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C: Along the Ridge Above the Clouds

by Scott Harper, 560 meters away

Started off this hike in a fairly dense fog. Once I got up above Mile Hi Saddle I started breaking th...

Along the Ridge Above the Clouds

D: Between Mile High Saddle and Tucker Mountain

by Scott Harper, 1.2 km away

It is a long three mile hike to Magnificent. Notice all of the false peaks along the ridge. There is ...

Between Mile High Saddle and Tucker Mountain

E: Tucker Mountain

by Scott Harper, 1.5 km away

This pano was taken at Tucker Mountain on my hike from Mile Hi Saddle to Tucker Mountain to Mount Mag...

Tucker Mountain

F: Between Tucker and the false peak before Magnificent

by Scott Harper, 1.9 km away

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Between Tucker and the false peak before Magnificent

G: Below the last false peak before Magnificent

by Scott Harper, 1.9 km away

Coming down off of Magnificent the fog started to lift. I started taking more photos on the way down ...

Below the last false peak before Magnificent

H: Enjoying the Sun and the View

by Scott Harper, 2.0 km away

This is the last false peak before Mount Magnificent. I was trying to hurry and get to Magnificent be...

Enjoying the Sun and the View

I: Blacktail Rocks

by Scott Harper, 2.3 km away

Here is a photo taken from the top of Blacktail and Ptarmigan Rocks. The opening view shows Cook Inle...

Blacktail Rocks

J: Clouds Breaking Up from Mount Magnificent

by Scott Harper, 2.4 km away

While waiting on top of Magnicent for the clouds to break I decided to do this hand held pano. I like...

Clouds Breaking Up from Mount Magnificent

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Alaska is the largest state in the United States by area. It is situated in the northwest extremity of the North American continent, with Canada to the east, the Arctic Ocean to the north, and the Pacific Ocean to the west and south, with Russia further west across the Bering Strait. Approximately half of Alaska's 710,231 residents (as per the 2010 United States Census) live within the Anchorage metropolitan area. Alaska is the least densely populated state of the U.S.

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