From left to right: Mount Lodge (10,530 feet), Mount Watson (12,516 feet), Mount Root (12,860 feet) and Mount Fairweather (15,300 feet) tower above Alsek Lake in Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska. July 2006.
The Alsek Glacier (left) and north terminus of the Grand Plateau Glacier (right) were connected as recently as the early 1980's. Glacial recession has caused these glaciers to separate.
For a different perspective of Mount Fairweather taken within minutes of this photo, please see my other image here.
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