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Flinsch Peak embedded in a landscape...
From the summit (or nearly so) of Rising Wolf, the ridge walk to Flinsch Peak draws you in. Far left is Mount Phillips (9494'), then—partially obscured by Flinsch—is Mount Pinchot (9315'), next to the unmistakable straight-lined summit of Mount Stimson (10,142', and GNP's second highest peak). Moving all the way to the right is Blackfoot Mountain (9574'). There are two lakes: Young Man Lake (L), and Oldman Lake (Interesting trivia: pronounced "Old Man"—this name seems to be always spelled as one word—I don't know why), which is below the sheer face of Mount Morgan (8781').
Photo by Vernon, July 19, 2006.


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Tie-Dye MikeInfo's great

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Its always nice to have the names of the other peaks in a photo if they are known. This makes it easier to learn the names of the peaks. Thanks for your submission, and your GNP page is totally awesome, this will be nice as well.
Posted Aug 27, 2006 3:39 am

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