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Descending the Minaret Ridge of Mount Caubvick # 6468

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Date: 2004.08.08
Vantage Point: From Minaret Ridge

Caption: Descending the Minaret Ridge: Labrador on the left, Quebec on the right

PhotoDescr: The Minaret Ridge, east of the summit of Mount Caubvick/Mont D'Iberville, is one of the standard routes to the summit.

This photo was taken by Andrew Lavigne during an expedition to Mount Caubvick to investigate the disappearance of Susan Barnes and Daniel Pauze a year earlier. For the full story see the trip report.

Andrew Lavigne is an Ottawa resident and an experienced backcountry traveller and mountaineer.

Mount Caubvick is the highest point in Canada east of the Rockies and south of the Arctic islands. On the Labrador-Quebec border, it has different names in the two provinces.

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