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The ridge connecting Crowfeet Mountain (center) and Mount Henkel (right foreground) is clearly visible. According to J. Gordon Edwards, it's about a mile between the two peaks, with approximately 1,000 feet of elevation loss and gain. The ridge affords wonderful views of the Ptarmigan Lake / Iceberg Lake valley to the west; to the east, a 2,000 foot vertical cliff drops down to Kennedy Lake.
Had the pleasure of watching three different groups of mountain goats traverse Crowfeet's steep east face. It was truly incredible!
September 15, 2008
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Glacier National Park, MT (Area/Range)
Crowfeet Mountain (Mountain/Rock)
Mount Henkel (Mountain/Rock)
Crowfeet-Henkel-Apikuni Traverse (Route)
To Dance Beneath the Diamond Sky (Glacier National Park 2008) (Album)