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20,000 feet o\' rock
A telephoto look to the northwest from the summit of Mount Siyeh (10,014 ft.). Mount Merritt (10,004 ft.) is front and center, with Old Sun Glacier flanking its eastern face. In front of Merritt is the Pinnacle Wall, which helps enclose the Iceberg Lake valley along its western rim. Behind is massive Mount Cleveland (10,466 ft.), Glacier NP's highest peak.

August 4, 2008

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RoryKuykendallThe NF of The Eiger

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Is weak compared to the South Face of Mount Merritt.

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distressbarkSubmitted by distressbark
on Jan 8, 2009 8:19 am

Image ID: 478120
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Lat/Lon: 48.72854°N / 113.64953°W
Object Title: 20,000 feet o' rock