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Lee Peak (7508'/2289m) summit
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View from the top of Lee Peak (elev. 7,508') in the Sky Lakes Wilderness, Oregon.  The view here is nice in all directions - to the north one can see all of Crater Lakes (Mt. Mazama) including Union Peak, Mt. Scott, & even distant Mount Bailey & Mt. Thielsen.  To the south is Pelican Butte, Mountain Lakes Wilderness including Aspen Butte, Mt. McLoughlin, & even distant Mt. Shasta though it was in the clouds.  In the immediate vicinity to the south is Luther Mountain, which was named to counter-attack this peak.  Devils Peak, Lucifer, Venus, Jupiter, & Slate Peak are also in the vicinity.  Directly below lies the Seven Lakes Basin & to the southeast one sees Upper Klamath Lake.  The Pacific Crest Trail passes directly below the summit from the south to which I met three guys who had started at Siskiyou Summit near Ashland & were planning to hike all of Oregon to Cascade Lakes along the Columbia River, which would take roughly three weeks.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 20756x10378
Taken: 06/06/2018
Uploaded: 12/06/2018
Updated: 02/07/2018
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Tags: devils peak; summit; oregon; sky lakes wilderness; cascade range; mountains; mount mcloughlin; mount mazama; crater lake; union peak; mount bailey; mount thielsen; mount scott; pelican butte; lucifer; vénus; jupiter; lee peak; slate peak; seven lakes basin; knedyl; mountain lakes wilderness; aspen butte
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