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Below the last false peak before Magnificent
Alaska

Coming down off of Magnificent the fog started to lift. I started taking more photos on the way down as the cloud ceiling rose. It is worth hiking in the clouds because there is no experience like being on a peak or other vantage point as the fog breaks and you have an incredible view of miles of mountains when minutes before you could only see 50 feet or so.

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