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Loes volcanic plateau from Tuber Hill # 18704

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

Caption: Large volcanic plateau south of Mount Loes. Most of the high peaks in the background are around the headwaters of the Tchaikazan River.

PhotoDescr: Taken on the third day of a 6 day trip to the Slim Creek Headwaters. From the summit of Tuber Hill we got a good view of the intriguing plateau south of Mount Loes. It is about 3 km long and 2 km wide, and right around 2000 m (except for the lump to the right). It looks to be an cool place to visit, especially the high point at the left end. Based on its appearance this feature seems likely to be related to the Bridge River Volcanic Cones Complex.

The forested ridge at lower right (with the gray scree slope to its left) is probably the best way to access the area around Glacier View Lake from the mining shacks at the end of the Bridge River Road.

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