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Pictured here is Tieton Peak...
Pictured here is Tieton Peak (7,768 ft), the climax of the outlier ridge approximately 1.8 miles NNE of Gilbert Peak. Tieton is pronounced like "tie-it-un". The peak is on the divide between the Tieton River to the north and Conrad Creek to the south. At bottom is part of the Tieton Glacier. Photo taken July 9, 1994.

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I was looking at this highly eroded ridge from Goat Citadel a few days ago wondering what it was.
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KlenkeSubmitted by Klenke
on Mar 9, 2003 11:15 am

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