Mount Hillers as viewed from near the highway west of Mount Ellsworth and Mount Holmes. The snowy peak far left is Mount Pennel. Notice the tilted landscape below the peaks (the photo is not tilted, the land is). These mountains are made of granite intrusions known as laccoliths and tilted the surrounding layers of sedementary rock.
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