Lonesome Mountain (?) as seen...

Lonesome Mountain (?) as seen...

Lonesome Mountain (?) as seen from Spirit Mountain (18 Nov 2004).
Brice Neugebauer
on Dec 11, 2004 5:40 am
Image ID: 81032


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shabba - Feb 19, 2006 10:12 pm - Hasn't voted

Pilot and index

I believe that is pilot(right) and index(left) peaks of wyoming. Thats cool because i have pictures atop granite that you can see those two peaks in also... Its neat how everything ties together when you are on top of everything...

chugach mtn boy

chugach mtn boy - Jul 24, 2007 6:06 pm - Hasn't voted

He's right

This is Pilot and Index with a long lens or a lot of digital zoom. Pilot loses its needle appearance from this northerly angle.


freedeep - Mar 23, 2020 9:05 am - Hasn't voted

As said, Pilot and Index

Note that Pilot and Index Mtns top 2000 vertical feet is volcanic debris from the Yellowstone volcano. Only the base of these peaks is layered Limestone. That is an impressive thickness of lava/debris. Compare that thickness to the heavy dusting of ash in Missoula from Mt St. Helens, or note that Crater Lake in Oregon left 1 foot of ash south of Townsend Montana. So in all reality Bozeman and the circumference surrounding Yellowstone would be truly buried.

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