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Ingalls Peak from Ingalls Pass # 18464

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Date: 2016.09.05
Vantage Point: From Ingalls Pass, looking northwest

Caption: The three summit of Ingalls Peak. North Ingalls is the true summit all the way to the right, while South Ingalls is at the left at almost the same height.

PhotoDescr: Taken on a daytrip lollipop to Lake Ingalls and Longs Pass. Ingalls Peak is the "last peak of the Teanaways" in that it is the first non-granitic peak one gets to headed SW from Mount Stuart. Much of the rock is reddish and loose. The trail to Lake Ingalls crosses the bowl below the peak and reaches the lake (not visible) below and to the right of the summit.

The low point to the right is Stuart Pass which separates Ingalls Creek from Jack Creek. Kenny and I likely got a similar vantage of the peak here.

Compare this view to Sandra McGuinniss's in peak larch season.

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