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Mount Stuart from Granite Mountain # 18271

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Date: 2015.10.06
Vantage Point: From the summit of Granite Mountain, looking east

Caption: Mount Stuart is visible in the center background. The blocky summit to its left is Three Queens, while the one to the right is Box (Hibox) Peak. Alta Mountain is the gentle looking peak at the far left, with Kendall Peak lower along the ridge below it.

PhotoDescr: Taken on a day trip to the summit of Granite Mountain. Mount Stuart is one of the highest non-volcanic summits in Washington, and one of the highest east of the Cascade Crest. Like Granite Mountain, it is composed primarily of granite, and as a result is a popular mountaineering objective.

After a long, dry summer, there was very little seasonal in any direction.

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