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Woodrat Mountain summit
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View from the top of Woodrat Mountain (4124') outside Ruch, Oregon. This peak is a popular area for hangliding & has two launching sites on the northern ridge. This was taken from the true summit at the boundary of forests & dryer sunny southern slopes. The first low-elevation snow of the season.

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Uploaded: 19/10/2014
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