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Thursday, October 13, 2005

Vertebrae Glacier in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, with Mt. Columbia in the distance
A group of cat skiers slide off across the top of the Vertebrae Glacier on their way to steeper terrain. Mt. Columbia rises on the horizon in the upper right of the photo. The elevation at this point is about 9600 ft. The height of Mt Columbia is 12,293 ft. This panorama gives a better look at the view from the Vertebrae glacier, which offers some of the best machine-accessible glacier skiing in North America. Photo credit to Svante Jonsson.


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