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 Mazama Ridge - Narada Trail, WA 
Part of the Tatoosh Range as seen from near Paradise. From left to right, The Castle, Pinnacle Peak, Plummer Peak, Denman Peak.
Part of the Tatoosh Range as seen from near Paradise. From left to right, The Castle, Pinnacle Peak, Plummer Peak, Denman Peak.
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The Tatoosh Range from the head of Paradise Valley. From left to right, The Castle, Pinnacle Peak, Plummer Peak, Denman Peak, Lane Peak.
The Tatoosh Range from the head of Paradise Valley. From left to right, The Castle, Pinnacle Peak, Plummer Peak, Denman Peak, Lane Peak.
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Icicles decorate all the trees on 4th Crossing Trail along one of the forks of the Paradise River.
Icicles decorate all the trees on 4th Crossing Trail along one of the forks of the Paradise River.
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Looking back towards Paradise Valley on the 4th Crossing Trail climbing up to Mazama Ridge.
Looking back towards Paradise Valley on the 4th Crossing Trail climbing up to Mazama Ridge.
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Icicles decorate all the trees on 4th Crossing Trail along one of the forks of the Paradise River.
Icicles decorate all the trees on 4th Crossing Trail along one of the forks of the Paradise River.
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Closeup of Icicles decorating all the trees on 4th Crossing Trail along one of the forks of the Paradise River.
Closeup of Icicles decorating all the trees on 4th Crossing Trail along one of the forks of the Paradise River.
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The Castle, on the left, looks kind of like a cat's face. Pinnacle Peak in the middle looks so rugged. Plummer Peak is kind of shaped like a chocolate kiss.
The Castle, on the left, looks kind of like a cat's face. Pinnacle Peak in the middle looks so rugged. Plummer Peak is kind of shaped like a chocolate kiss.
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On Mazama Ridge, looking east and hoping for sunnier skies.
On Mazama Ridge, looking east and hoping for sunnier skies.
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Brrr... I think the snow will keep getting deeper through March. There must be 15 feet of snow on the ground here. Notice the trees in the foreground are almost buried. You can tell by looking at the trees that they aren't very small trees. The wind must whip through here fiercely during storms.
Brrr... I think the snow will keep getting deeper through March. There must be 15 feet of snow on the ground here. Notice the trees in the foreground are almost buried. You can tell by looking at the trees that they aren't very small trees. The wind must whip through here fiercely during storms.
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The snow just before the line of trees are many small cornices created from strong west winds blowing across Paradise Valley.
The snow just before the line of trees are many small cornices created from strong west winds blowing across Paradise Valley.
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The first part of Mazama Ridge is so flat that it is easy to snowshoe in a straight line for a long distance.
The first part of Mazama Ridge is so flat that it is easy to snowshoe in a straight line for a long distance.
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Detail of one of the small cornices. A steep 500 foot drop to Paradise Valley is to the left of these cornices.
Detail of one of the small cornices. A steep 500 foot drop to Paradise Valley is to the left of these cornices.
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A steep 500 foot drop to Paradise Valley is to the right of these cornices and snow drifts.
A steep 500 foot drop to Paradise Valley is to the right of these cornices and snow drifts.
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Frank and Kip snowshoeing down Mazama Ridge for a lunch at Reflection Lakes.
Frank and Kip snowshoeing down Mazama Ridge for a lunch at Reflection Lakes.
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I practised routefinding by fixing on a distant point and going in a straight line along Mazama Ridge.
I practised routefinding by fixing on a distant point and going in a straight line along Mazama Ridge.
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Okay, If you've looked at all these pictures, you should know the left peak is Unicorn Peak and the right one is Foss Peak.
Okay, If you've looked at all these pictures, you should know the left peak is Unicorn Peak and the right one is Foss Peak.
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Snowshoers heading up Mazamza Ridge, breaking trail. The snow was becoming heavy and wet as the day warmed up.
Snowshoers heading up Mazamza Ridge, breaking trail. The snow was becoming heavy and wet as the day warmed up.
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Looking towards Mt Rainier from the spot Kevin and I camped three weeks ago. Not a bump remains of Kevin's snow wall.
Looking towards Mt Rainier from the spot Kevin and I camped three weeks ago. Not a bump remains of Kevin's snow wall.
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Looking across Paradise Valley from Mazama Ridge at the Jackson Visitor Center.
Looking across Paradise Valley from Mazama Ridge at the Jackson Visitor Center.
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Delete this one Here is where the footbridge across Paradise River is on the Narada Trail.
Delete this one Here is where the footbridge across Paradise River is on the Narada Trail.
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Here is where the footbridge across Paradise River is on the Narada Trail.
Here is where the footbridge across Paradise River is on the Narada Trail.
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Pinnacle Peak is very distintive from Paradise.
Pinnacle Peak is very distintive from Paradise.
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If you have looked at all the pictures, you should know The Castle is on the left, then Pinnacle, Plummer, then Denman.
If you have looked at all the pictures, you should know The Castle is on the left, then Pinnacle, Plummer, then Denman.
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The Tatoosh Range from Barn Flats.
The Tatoosh Range from Barn Flats.
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The Tatoosh Range from Barn Flats.
The Tatoosh Range from Barn Flats.
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Unicorn and Foss Peak from Barn Flats.
Unicorn and Foss Peak from Barn Flats.
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Another picture taken from Barn Flats along the Narada Trail.
Another picture taken from Barn Flats along the Narada Trail.
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Pinnacle Peak towers above Reflection Lakes.
Pinnacle Peak towers above Reflection Lakes.
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From left to right, The Castle, Pinnacle Peak.
From left to right, The Castle, Pinnacle Peak.
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From left to right, The Castle, Pinnacle Peak, Plummer Peak.
From left to right, The Castle, Pinnacle Peak, Plummer Peak.
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Plummer Peak
Plummer Peak
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Pinnacle Peak
Pinnacle Peak
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