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Kowus Peak from northern subpeak of Mount Tom Taylor # 17982

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Date: 2015.08.26
Vantage Point: From the northern subpeak of Mount Tom Taylor, looking west

Caption: Kowus Peak is the main pyramid center-right. Megin Peak is visible to its left, behind at center. The blocky, steep sided summit left on the same ridge as Kowus is Kowus SE3. Pretty Girl Peak is the summit behind that and to the left.

PhotoDescr: Taken on a 3-day trip to the Bedwell Lake area. Kowus Peak is a peak on the divide between the Megin and Moyeha Rivers, in remote western Strathcona Provincial Park. There is a small pocket glacier on it's north side. Would require a long crossing of the Thelwood Creek watershed or access from the inlets to the west.

The south shoulder of Moyeha Mountain is visible in the right foreground.

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