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Mt. Eddy summit
California

View from the summit of Mt. Eddy (elev. 9,025') near Mt. Shasta, California, the highest point in the Klamath Mountains & highest point on the Coast Range of the United States.  This is also the high point west of Interstate 5.  Views of the 14,162 foot Mt. Shasta, California, Shasta Valley, distant Lassen Peak, as well as the Trinity Alps to the south.

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