Mount Siyeh above Cracker Lake

The sheer north face of Mount Siyeh towers about 4,100 feet over picturesque Cracker Lake. The snowfield clinging to base of Siyeh used to be called Siyeh Glacier, but over recent years has shrunk to the point of being declassified. There appears to be enough remnant glacial flour in the snow and ice to still give Cracker Lake its stunning turquoise appearance.

August 4, 2008


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Saintgrizzly - Sep 14, 2010 7:31 pm - Voted 10/10

Not that the difference... all that important, but the Siyeh summit is slightly more than 4,100 feet over Cracker Lake.

And...nice shot!


distressbark - Oct 25, 2010 7:26 pm - Hasn't voted

Re: Not that the difference...

Thanks! Changes made to photo description.

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