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Grant, Nowell, Eaton and Flora from Corriveau's South Ridge # 17090

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Date: 2015.04.20
Vantage Point: From the south ridge of Mount Corriveau.

Caption: Looking north-northeast from the pleasant south ridge of Corriveau with Mount Grant and Eaton Peak behind Mount Nowell. The Gargoyles are in the foreground with Flora Peak far right.

PhotoDescr: Mount Nowell (named after a WW II serviceman) is a minor peak on the divide between the Yola and Hicks Creek Valleys. I had previously gained that forested divide hiking in from the Lindeman/Greendrop Lakes Trail. The summit had okay views with a fair amount of trees on it.

For Corriveau I hiked/snowshed the Radium Lake Trail to the lake then ascended to the southwest to gain the ridge and followed it to the peak. Excellent views from both peaks with the Rexford Group a stand out southwest of me across the Centre Creek Valley.

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