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Pearsoll Peak (5098'/1554m) summit
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View from the summit of Pearsoll Peak (elev. 5,098') on the borderline w/ the Kalmiopsis Wilderness west of Selma, Oregon.  The mountain contains a fire lookout constructed in 1954 replacing the old cupola structure - there are a handful of signatures etched into the rocks, mostly dating from more recent times.  Views are grand in all directions spanning from the distant Cascade Range all the way up to Diamond Peak to the north to the top of Mt. Shasta to the south.  Mt. McLoughlin is also visible but behind the fire lookout itself.  To the south one can see Preston Peak & to the west on the horizon is the Pacific Ocean about 40 miles distant.  Northwards are the lower extension of the Klamath Mountains.  A fair bit of snow, there is a lake in the basin to the northwest which is also the direction of the Wild & Scenic Illinois River.  The entire area has interesting geology ranging from a lot of peridotite to various deposits of chrome ore, chrysotile (asbestos), & serpentine.  The area was heavily ravaged by the 2002 Biscuit Fire leaving a barren look to much of the surrounding mountainsides.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 29998x14999
Taken: 18/03/2016
Uploaded: 18/03/2016
Updated: 16/02/2017
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Tags: pearsoll peak; summit; klamath mountains; siskiyou mountains; selma; illinois river; kalmiopsis wilderness; pacific ocean; preston peak; brandy peak; fire lookout; tower; oregon; cascade range; peridotite; 2002; biscuit fire; gold basin butte; national register of historic places; knedyl
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