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Warbonnet Descent
The view out of our "cave" during our descent from summit of Warbonnet after climbing the Northeast Face, Left route. The cave was a large hole under a huge boulder about 500 feet below the summit on the class 3 descent route. We got "pinned" there for >2 hours while a thunder and lightning storm raged outside. In the foreground is Sundance Pinnacle - a prominent tower on Warbonnet's south flanks. The lake in the picture is Big Sandy Lake (August 2, 2004).

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rpcSubmitted by rpc
on Aug 11, 2004 2:36 pm

Image ID: 64338
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Lat/Lon: 42.76110°N / 109.2144°W
Object Title: Warbonnet Descent

Image Type(s): Alpine Climbing