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Mt Iliamna: 10,016 ft-The second hightest peak in the Aleutian Range

 
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Mt Iliamna: 10,016 ft-The second hightest peak in the Aleutian Range
Photographer: Jackson Herring

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HarrykWow!

Harryk

Voted 10/10

What were you doing up there?
Posted Oct 16, 2012 12:38 am

PanamaRedRe: Wow!

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Thanks for the comment! I was on a SCA trail crew in Lake Clark National Park back in 2010. We spent a month out in the backcountry of the park. I got some great photos of both Iliamna and Redoubt volcanos during the flights in and out of the park.
Posted Oct 16, 2012 1:32 am

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PanamaRedSubmitted by PanamaRed
on Sep 30, 2012 10:38 am

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Object Title: Mt Iliamna: 10,016 ft-The second hightest peak in the Aleutian Range

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