The Anaconda-Pintler wilderness is a vast forest with many alpine lakes. From the summit of Warren Peak, there are miles of forests visible. There are many lakes visible as well. The lake below is not Edith Lake, but a lake tucked under the steep side of Warren Peak. These forests extend miles to the West, and can be driven through by taking Skalkaho pass. Photo taken by Daniel Fleischmann, July 2001.
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