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Mt. Fernow (9249'/2819m) summit (gigapixel)

Gigapixel view from the summit of Mt. Fernow (elev. 9,249') in the Entiat Mountains, a subrange of the North Cascades near Holden Village, Washington.  The peak is the eighth highest in the state w/ sweeping views in every direction.  Directly nearby is the Entiat Valley w/ Mt. Maude in Seven Fingered Jack, also over 9,000 feet, decorated w/ a few alpine glaciers including the Entiat Glacier.  Westwards is a prolofic view of Glacier Peak & across the way is Bonanza Peak, which at 9,511 feet is the highest non-volcanic peak in the state.  Holden Lake is in the valley just to the right of that b/w Martin Peak.  Distant views include Mt. Baker & Shuksan, many of the jagged peaks in North Cascades National Park, as well as Oval Peak to the northeast, the distant Stuart Range to the south, & the Alpine Lakes Wilderness south of Stevens Pass.  Holden Village & Lake Chelan are not visible from the summit.  There was a bit of haze & if you know where to look, you could see an extremely faint view of Mt. Rainier.


Gigapixel panorama (2.145 gigapixels), 403 photos, 65500x32750 pixels

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 65500x32750
Taken: 17/07/2018
Chargée: 24/07/2018
Mis à jour: 06/01/2019
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Tags: mount fernow; summit; washington; holden village; entiat valley; mountains; north cascades; cascade range; glacier peak; gigapixel; wilderness; bonanza peak; seven fingered jack; mount maude; holden lake; mount shuksan; mount baker; alpine lakes; cloudy pass; suiattle pass; martin peak; ridge; buckskin mountain
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