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From Door Jamb to Loder # 6800

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Date: 2005.06.04
Vantage Point: From summit of Door Jamb Mountain

Caption: The short ridgeline from Door Jamb Mountain to Loder Peak, with Yamnuska visible on the right

PhotoDescr: Door Jamb and Loder are the two southernmost bumps on the ridge that heads north from the Continental Lime plant in the Bow Valley. Yamnuska is part of a connecting ridge.

Loder Peak is presumably named after the Loder brothers, Edwin and Edward, who established the original plant on the site now owned by Continental Lime.

A group from the Grant MacEwan Mountain Club scrambled up the ridge, some going as far as Loder Peak, as part of the club's annual summer season kickoff campout, the Owl Prowl and Howl. See the trip report for more details.

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