Close up of the large lake (about six acres in size) left behind when the White Chuck Glacier receded. The orange dot marks where I camped for two nights at a 70-yard-long tarn some 200 vertical feet higher than the large lake. Glacier Gap is the saddle barely visible at top left. Aerial photo by John Scurlock. Used with permission.
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