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The Eastern Monashees from Mount Revelstoke # 2579

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Date: 2002.09.04
Vantage Point: From Eva Lake Trail

Caption: The mighty Monashee Range across the Columbia River from Mount Revelstoke

PhotoDescr: Hiking the trail to Eva Lake in Mount Revelstoke National Park, I could see the Monashee Mountains on the other side of Lake Revelstoke, which is the name the Columbia River assumes as it flows south towards Revelstoke and the Arrow Lakes. The feature in the photo has been identified by Stephen Skog as "the eastern end of Copeland Ridge with the high point in photo being Mount Copeland." The ridge in the foreground may be Frisby Ridge.

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