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Three Brothers from the east ridge of Miller Peak # 18367

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Date: 2016.04.30
Vantage Point: From the east ridge of Miller Peak, looking NW

Caption: The highest summit of Three Brothers is to the left.

PhotoDescr: Taken on a daytrip to the Teanaway Ridge area. Three Brothers is the highest peak in the Teanaway region, but is climbed much less frequently than Navaho Peak just to the west. The three peak are visible here, the highest to the left. The gentle basin below the summit ridge is known as the Gold Creek Basin and has an old mining adit, according to the map.

The valley in the foreground, which separates Three Brothers from Miller Peak, contains Etienne Creek. Three Brothers does not seem to be visited much, and has reportedly similar views as Navaho.

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