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Brown Mountain (7340'/2237m) summit
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View from the top of Brown Mountain (elev. 7340') in the Cascade Range near Lake of the Woods, Oregon.  The mountain is just south of the higher Mt. McLoughlin w/ views of the Cascade Range from Crater Lake down to Mt. Shasta & the Medicine Lake Volcano.  Distant views of the Klamath Mountains, the Siskiyou Mountains, & the ski slopes of Mt. Ashland.  The summit area is adorned w/ a shallow forested crater & lava flows are found on all sides of the mountain, dating from 15,000 years ago.  This was the ideal time to summit by foot, for the snow made it easier up than the lava rubble despite initial talus scrambling further below from Highway 140.  In the winter, snowmobiles often make their way to the top, the meadows of lava talus w/ lines of woods almost resembling the slopes of a ski area.  From eye level there is hardly any 360 degree summit view due to the branches of these stunted trees in every direction, so I climbed up a tree & used an extended pole for this view.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 20756x10378
Taken: 10/05/2017
Uploaded: 10/05/2017
Updated: 25/07/2017
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Tags: brown mountain; shield; volcano; stratovolcano; mount mcloughlin; summit; cascade range; mountains; oregon; lake of the woods; mount shasta; siskiyou mountains; klamath mountains; crater; mountain lakes wilderness; aspen butte; upper klamath lake; buck lake; sky lakes wilderness
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