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Mount Hanover and Mount Brunswick from Deeks Peak # 16291

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

Caption: This photo shows the view looking south from Deaks Peak. Centre of the photo is Mount Brunswick, the highest of the North Shore peaks. To the left and in the foreground, is Mount Hanover. Between the two of them lie the East and West Lions. The small mound to the left of Hanover, with the sheer north face, is Mackin Peak. The highpoint in the ridge back left of Hanover is Crown Mountain, and the snow covered summit is Mount Burwell. In the extreme background are the mounds of Mount Seymour. To the right of Brunswick, the flattened bump is Hat Mountain and the lower, treed summit on the same ridge is Wettin Peak. In the foreground is Gotha Peak above Deeks Lake.

PhotoDescr: This photo was taken during a climb of Mount Windsor and Deeks Peak the first Sunday in June. The Howe Sound group and the North Shore Mountains stretch as far as you can see to the south.

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