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Tiffany Mountain (8242'/2512m) summit
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View from the summit of Tiffany Mountain (elev. 8,242') northeast of Winthrop, Washington.  The peak is an isolated area of the North Cascades in the extreme southeast corner.  The summit has an easy trail up the broad southern face that leads to this summit escarpment looking down at Tiffany & Little Tiffany Lakes.  There would be more views of the jagged peaks in the Pasayten Wilderness however the haze was thick from the Crescent Mountain Fire burning west of Twisp.  There is evidence of there being a fire lookout but it is long gone at this point.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 20756x10378
Taken: 09/08/2018
Uploaded: 09/08/2018
Updated: 20/08/2018
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Tags: tiffany mountain; north cascades; mountains; washington; summit; pasayten wilderness; tiffany lake; little tiffany lake; fire lookout; tower; honeymoon pass; middle; freezeout ridge; whistler pass; rock mountain; clark peak; crescent mountain fire
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