Walls like these don't hem you in, but guide your view to the distant peaks! This image shows several summits as seen from the SW shoulder of Piegan Mountain, in the Logan Pass area. From L to R: flat-topped Bearhat Mountain; in the distance, behind Bearhat, is Mount Brown; next, slightly L of center, is Clements; to the right of Clements, with the point on top, Mount Cannon; in front of Cannon, barely peeking up behind the ridge, is Mount Oberlin; and on the right, coming out from behind Cannon in the distance, is Mount Vaught. The wall taking up the lower half of the picture is the ridge running from Logan Pass to Pollock Mountain. Photo by Vernon, July 14, 2004.
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