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Jehovah Peak telephoto from Tuber Hill # 18703

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Date: 2019.08.06
Vantage Point: From the summit of Tuber Hill, looking northwest

Caption: Jehovah Peak is in the right background, with Jehovah SE2 at center. The ridge in the left midground leads to Mount Loes.

PhotoDescr: Taken on the third day of a 6 day trip to the Slim Creek Headwaters. Jehovah Peak is a remote summit on the ridge running NW from Griswold Pass, separating Duane Creek and the large, unnamed creek draining the north side of Mount Loes and the other side of the glacier visible here.

The glacier at right is a bit of an oddity, sitting at the pass between Mount Loes and Muon Mountain. It's pretty much flat, and looks to lose its snow cover pretty early every year. We thought it looked like it was just blobbed in there.

Much of the area at lower left is exposed moraine from the various glaciers around Mount Loes.

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