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Red Blanket Mountain (6352'/1936m) summit

View from the summit of Red Blanket Mountain (elev. 6,352') near Prospect, Oregon.  The summit area consists of a rocky outcropping poking through the trees yielding views of the nearby High Cascades from Mount McLoughlin north towards Crater Lake & Mt. Thielsen & Mt. Bailey.  To the west is the broad forested valley that Highway 62 meanders up from b/w Prospect & Union Creek.  In the distance one can see the Siskiyou & Klamath Mountains, though they were in haze due to the ongoing Fay Fire.  Lost Creek Lake also stands out to the southwest.  Directly below is Dead Soldier & Ginkgo Basins, a short bushwhack through noble fir forests to reach this top.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 20756x10378
Taken: 09/07/2017
Uploaded: 09/07/2017


Tags: red blanket mountain; oregon; woods; summit; prospect; cascade range; mountains; volcano; mount mcloughlin; sky lakes wilderness; crater lake; union peak; mount mazama; rogue umpqua divide; lost creek lake; bessie rock; mount thielsen; mount bailey; rocktop butte; knedyl
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