Leonard Eliason getting comfortable on the summit. The S peak is behind him. Its N face is one of the steepest places on any Washington State map. The 8,000-foot and 7,000-foot contour lines overlap, and below 7,000 feet, it's still very steep. Not particularly solid, though. Pity.
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