Three Fingers at dawn from our miserable snow cave in a wind-funnel notch near the summit of Whitehorse. Western Washington is known for mild winters, but in January '82 we had 2 or 3 weeks of hard freeze. Here, it's about -10F. and two of our party already have shallow frostbite. Read all the gory details in the Trip
Lat/Long given for this picture is for the photographer's location, not Three Fingers.
Mount Rainier is 94 miles south.