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Peaks of the Northern Lillooet Icefield -- Labelled Panorama # 4574

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Date: 2003.09.16
Vantage Point: From Mount Land

Caption: Looking NW from the summit of Mount Land up to the headwaters of the Bridge River Valley

PhotoDescr: Thanks to Don Serl for helping to identify the peaks in this photo! These peaks form the divide between the Tchaikazan and Lord Rivers and contain some of the biggest "mountain" routes close to Vancouver. Rock is not spectacular (or so I have heard from friends who summited Monmouth) and most classic routes follow large ice features, the lack of which can sometimes turn an attempt on Monmouth into a horror show. I have however read somewhere that the rock on Marmot Towers (NW of Winstone) is much better.

Peaks at the right end of the photo are harder to pick out and the last three peaks could be off. The broad dome at far right is anyone's guess.

Below Beast are the peaks of the Western Dickson Range.

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