This nice perspective of the huge massif containing, left to right, the pointed protruberance of Bishops Cap, then the rather blockish Pollock Mountain, with the relatively gentle pointed Piegan Mountain next right, and finally, not part of the massif (and appearing deceptively diminutive in the distance), but its own magnificent self, is Mount Siyeh. The Sun Road can be clearly seen descending through almost the entire frame. Logan Pass, not visible here, is barely out of the picture at left.
Photo taken from the saddle separating Reynolds and Heavy Runner Mountains, by Vernon, September 4, 2009.
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