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Snow Dome, the Dome Glacier, and Mount Kitchener # 1456

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Date: 1998.06.23
Vantage Point: From Wilcox Pass Trail

Caption: The Dome Glacier flows down from the Columbia Icefields between Snow Dome (L) and Mount Kitchener (R).

PhotoDescr: The Dome Glacier is one of the smallest of the tongues of the 325 sq km Columbia Icefields. The Athabasca Glacier is in the valley on this side of Snow Dome. See The Athabasca Glacier. Wilcox Pass, across the valley from the icefields, is know for its easy access to alpine meadows with alpine flowers. See Alpine Forget-Me-Nots in Wilcox Pass.

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