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Bare Island summit
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View from the high point of Bare Island (elev. 4,541') surrounded by juniper trees at Upper Klamath Lake near Klamath Falls, Oregon.  The high point rises 398 feet above the surrounding lake, solidified by ice & snow.

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Uploaded: 08/01/2013
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