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Iceberg Lake and Mt. Wilbur
From Iceberg Peak.

That's 3100' almost straight down. You don't stroll carelessly about Iceberg's summit. Wilbur is one of Glacier's hardest peaks, one of a few whose standard route is technical.

Glacier National Park, MT-- July 2008

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Bob SihlerRe: Impressive!

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Thank you. This was one of those scenes that really made you feel like an insignificant speck, yet part of something much bigger and greater at the same time.
Posted Jul 22, 2008 11:47 am

JoelSkokVery dramatic indeed

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That is some serious topography--and look at that sedimentary layering on the precipitious flank of Wilbur!! Great shot, great summit for you, glad it was a safe time
Posted Sep 6, 2011 5:44 pm

Bob SihlerRe: Very dramatic indeed

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Yes, Glacier is a great place for checking out sedimentary rocks. Thanks for checking this out.
Posted Sep 9, 2011 9:29 am

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on Jul 12, 2008 12:57 am

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