Third Burroughs Mountain

August 18, 2012
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  • DSC 2434  Sunrise.
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  • DSC 2440  The wild flowers were in full bloom.
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  • DSC 2461  First Burroughs at right.
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  • DSC 2489  A better view of First Burroughs
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  • DSC 2527  Frozen Lake - the water supply for Sunrise
  • DSC 2534  The trail to Third Burroughs follows to the left; at right is the Wonderland Trail and the trail to the Fremont Peak fire lookout.
  • DSC 2535  Visible in the middle ground is the top of Second Burroughs; in the background is Third Burroughs.
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  • DSC 2558  On top of First Burroughs; Second and Third Burroughs in the background.
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  • DSC 2572  There was a large herd of mountain goats on top of First Burroughs - about 35 goats.
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  • DSC 2577  Second Burroughs
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  • 1photo  The stone chair on top of Second Burroughs; looking out at Third Burroughs
  • DSC 2585  Diann taming the local fauna
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  • DSC 2594  Third Burroughs.  That's a wide, deep valley between Second and Third; you lose almost 600 feet of elevation.
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  • DSC 2611  Looking back at Second Burroughs from the bottom of Third Burroughs
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  • DSC 0020  Going up the final 1/2 mile.
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  • DSC 0026  It almost looks like you're at the summit of Rainier
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  • DSC 0044  Close to the top, looking back towards Second Burroughs
  • DSC 0048  Summit.  Rainier and the Winthrop Glacier in the background.
  • DSC 0049  At left is the Inter Glacier.  You could see people climbing up the Inter Glacier with your naked eyes - it's that close.  Camp Schurman is located over the top of Inter Glacier behind Steamboat Prow.  Climbers using the Emmons Glacier route usually stay overnight at Camp Schurman
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  • IMG 2827  A good shot of the crevasses in the Winthrop Glacier
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  • DSC 0081  Going back.  Looking up Second Burroughs
  • DSC 0083  Wild flowers on Second Burroughs
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  • DSC 0105  A closeup of the herd of goats on First Burroughs.  There were over 35 in the herd.
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  • DSC 0114  Rainier from First Burroughs
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  • DSC 0154  Wild flowers!  They really smelled great, too.
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