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Mount Windsor from the Northwest # 16279

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Date: 2014.06.01
Vantage Point: From the summit of Deeks Peak.

Caption: This photo shows the snow covered northern slopes of Mount Windsor. I believe the ridge on the far left leads to Appian Mountain. Behind Windsor and just to the left are the northern slopes of Cathedral Mountain. The snow covered mountain to the right of Windsor is Mount Burwell, and below is the small, but steep summit of Macklin Peak. Far distance on the right is the triple summit of Mount Seymour.

PhotoDescr: This photo was taken on an overnight trip to Deeks Lake. We spent the night in a pleasant campsite about 20 meters back from the water, near the northern tip of the lake. In the morning, we summited Mount Windsor via the northwest slopes, kicking steps directly to the summit block and scrambling up the rest of the way. In the afternoon we climbed Deeks Peak with beautiful conditions and amazing views for 360 degrees: the wilds of the Coast Mountains in every direction.

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