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 Mt. Adams, WA 
This summit-to-summit view of Mt. Rainer from Mt. Adams seems magical with the marine air creating clouds far below us.
This summit-to-summit view of Mt. Rainer from Mt. Adams seems magical with the marine air creating clouds far below us.
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The shack on the summit of Mt. Adams always has ice inside of it. The ice on the north side of the shack hardly ever melts completely.
The shack on the summit of Mt. Adams always has ice inside of it. The ice on the north side of the shack hardly ever melts completely.
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Look carefully at the snow in the distance and you can see the sulpher that has been deposited by Mt. Adams. We got several whiffs of the smell at the shack. We thought someone was lighting matches.
Look carefully at the snow in the distance and you can see the sulpher that has been deposited by Mt. Adams. We got several whiffs of the smell at the shack. We thought someone was lighting matches.
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A U.S.G.S. survey monument is set into a rock on the 12,276 foot summit of Mt. Adams.
A U.S.G.S. survey monument is set into a rock on the 12,276 foot summit of Mt. Adams.
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A mountain goat browses on the sparse plants at Lunch Counter at 9,500 feet in elevation.
A mountain goat browses on the sparse plants at Lunch Counter at 9,500 feet in elevation.
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A mountain goat casually browses on the sparse plants at Lunch Counter at 9,500 feet in elevation. Once it ate the flowers, it dug up more of the plant to eat.
A mountain goat casually browses on the sparse plants at Lunch Counter at 9,500 feet in elevation. Once it ate the flowers, it dug up more of the plant to eat.
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Rock walls shelter campers from the winds on Mt. Adams. This set of walls reminds me of pictures of Machu Picchu.
Rock walls shelter campers from the winds on Mt. Adams. This set of walls reminds me of pictures of Machu Picchu.
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Trees struggle to survive on the dry and windy lower slopes of Mt. Adams.
Trees struggle to survive on the dry and windy lower slopes of Mt. Adams.
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A carved wooden sign at the trailhead shows the beginning of the South Climb Trail 183 to Mt. Adams.
A carved wooden sign at the trailhead shows the beginning of the South Climb Trail 183 to Mt. Adams.
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