According to the Bulger list, at 11,138 feet, Little Tahoma is the third highest peak in Washington State.
Other people will argue that it is mearly a feature of the much larger Mount Rainier.
Even so, it's the most interesting feature and the quickest way to determine that it is Rainier you are looking at.
Little Tahoma has four different glaciers on it's four sides including the Emmons, the Ingraham, the Whitman, and the Fryingpan.
This album is a place to collect all the photos of Little T.
You will find that Little T looks amazingly different from various angles and with changing weather and light.
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