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Whistler Mountain summit (annotated)
Out of this World

Whistler Mountain (elev. 7,790') is located near Washington Pass in the North Cascades of Washington.  It is a short but steep and heavily bushwhacky climb from the highway below to its narrow summit.  Views of the bulk of the range, including Silver Star, Oval, Bonanza, Glacier, Goode, Black, Buckner, & Jack Mountains.  Peaks and nearby features are annotated.

Copyright: Pix
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 20756x10378
Taken: 06/08/2011
Subida: 11/02/2013
Actualizado: 21/05/2015
Número de vistas:


Tags: out_of_this_world; whistler mountain; washington; north cascades national park; glacier; annotated; summit; north cascades; rainy lake; lake ann; lyell glacier; black peak; jack mountain; snagtooth ridge; silver star mountain; washington pass; rainy pass; cutthroat peak
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