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Lone Wolf Mountain from northern subpeak of Mount Tom Taylor # 17978

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

Caption: Triple peaks of Lone Wolf Mountain at center. Tom Taylor Glacier in left foreground.

PhotoDescr: Taken on a 3-day trip to the Bedwell Lake area, from the north end of Mount Tom Taylor's summit ridge. Lone Wolf Mountain is not a very high peak, but rises from lower Moyeha River valley, which is basically at sea-level. As a result Lone Wolf Mountain likely looks more impressive from out in Moyeha Bay.

The glacier in the left background is part of the complex on top of Mariner Mountain, and fog over the open Pacific is visible to the right of it in the gap left of Lone Wolf.

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