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Mount Putnik from Upper Kananaskis Lake # 1973

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Date: 2002.06.30
Vantage Point: From Upper Kananaskis Lakeshore Trail

Caption: Mount Putnik is clearly visible from 9 km away.

PhotoDescr: Named after a Serbian Field Marshall, Putnik is north of the Three Isle Creek valley, to its left in the photo. The trail in this valley is part of the Northover Ridge route. Beneath its east face, visible in the centre of the photo, is the Kananaskis River and the Maude-Rawson Trail to Turbine Canyon. South Kananaskis Pass, on the continental divide, is behind Putnik from this perspective.

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