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Moyeha Mountain from northern subpeak of Mount Tom Taylor # 17977

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Date: 2015.08.26
Vantage Point: From the northern sub-summit of Mount Tom Taylor, looking northwest

Caption: Moyeha Mountain is at center. From L-R to its left are Kowus Peak and Splendor Mountain. To the right of Moyeha are Tahsis Mountain (far background), Matchlee Mountain, and Popsicle Peak, with Mount Thelwood at the far right.

PhotoDescr: Taken on a 3-day trip to the Bedwell Lake area, while on the northern sub-summit of Mount Tom Taylor. Moyeha Mountain rises steeply from its namesake river to the south. There is a glacier on its northern slopes, not visible from here. The upper Thelwood Creek valley, below and right of the peak, looks very bluffy.

Note Tahsis Mountain, visible ~80 km away.

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