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Granite crevasse?
One of many rock channels found on Granite Dome, formed by a separation in the granite. In summer, this can provide countless opportunities for bouldering, but be careful if hiking on snow pack during Spring. Some of these hidden "crevasses" are 30ft deep. A fall through a snow bridge could be fatal. Photo taken above and to the south of Middle Lewis Lake, just below the summit of Granite Dome, August 17, 2003.

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AlpinistSubmitted by Alpinist
on Jan 4, 2004 3:36 pm

Image ID: 37487
Hits: 2562 
Lat/Lon: 38.21500°N / 119.745°W
Object Title: Granite crevasse?

Image Type(s): Hiking, Informational