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Mt. Bailey (8368'/2551m) summit

View from the summit of Mt. Bailey (elev. 8,368') near Diamond Lake, Oregon.  The mountain is one of the high peaks that overlooks the lake w/ the taller spire of Mt. Thielsen on the opposite side, the removal of the lingering snow cornices from here would've made the view slightly more prevalent.  An easy trail leads one to the top w/ expansive views spanning from Mt. Jefferson further north going south to Mt. Shasta, California.  One can see much of the rim Mt. Mazama (Crater Lake) as well as Mt. Scott w/ Union Peak & the Sky Lakes Wilderness further south leading to Mt. McLoughlin.  Northwards one can see Diamond Peak, a large eroded volcano of similar size to Bailey, as well as the Three Sisters area w/ Mt. Bachelor & Broken Top.  Trail access is from near Diamond Lake or by catching Nordic Trails higher up.  There was some minimal haze hovering over the Klamath side of the Cascades as well as south into California.  A fire lookout built in 1923 was formerly located on the summit, wood products coming from Roseburg & Medford before being hauled up the mountain by mule.  The lookout was removed around 1950, though plenty of nails & old metal parts can still be found within the cinders.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 29998x14999
Taken: 04/07/2017
Uploaded: 04/07/2017


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