The Ole Creek Drainage from Calf Robe Mountain. July 2009 photo
From left to right in the foreground are: Sheep Mountain at 8,563 feet (just out of photo), Brave Dog at 8,446 feet (with snow in the face), the Barrier Buttes at 8,886 feet (the flat topped peak in the center) and Lost Basin, and on the right is Eagle Ribs at 8,290 feet behind an unnamed point above Ole Lake.
In the background are the peaks located in the Nyack Drainage. Mount St. Nicholas at 9,376 feet is the easily identifiable pointed peak and to its left are either (or both) Statuary at 8,250 feet and Salvage at 8,808 feet.
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