This seldom-seen perspective of three well-known GNP peaks is taken from the NW shoulder of Little Chief Mountain. Reynolds is the horn on the left with its nose in the clouds, Heavy Runner Mountain at left-center, then next on the right is Mount Oberlin; the long ridge continuing right, and out of the picture, is Pollock Mountain, with its summit being out of the frame. As a point of reference, Logan Pass is in the large "split" between Oberlin and Pollock, and if you look closely the Going-to-the-Sun Road can be seen as a line running below Pollock, heading to the pass. Photo by Vernon, June 4, 2005.
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