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Mount Douglas and Mount Saint Bride from the West # 11737

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Date: 2008.08.22
Vantage Point: Summit of Brachiopod Mountain

Caption: Mount Douglas (left) and Mount Saint Bride (right) dominate the skyline.

PhotoDescr: The ridge in front of Douglas and Saint Bride is the northwest ridge of Lychnis Mountain. The small lake below that ridge is Heart Lake; the larger, nearer lake is Tilted Lake, named after Tilted Mountain, part of which is visible to the right of Heart Lake.

Baker Creek flows through the valley.

The Sawback, Vermilion and Bare Ranges lie beyond.

Brachiopod was climbed as part of a four-day trip into the Skoki area based at the Baker Lake Backcountry Campground.

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