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Sunday, August 07, 2005

Glacier Skiing at Chatter Creek Snowcat Skiing
Chatter Creek Snowcat Skiing is located in the Canadain Rocky Mountains. The cat skiing tenure includes the Vertebrae glacier, on the eastern side of Vertebrae Ridge and Stovepipe Mountain. The image at the top shows the spectacular view north and east from the top of Vertebrae glacier. The "Google Earth" 3-D satellite images show this terrain from a viewpoint about 5 miles above Stovepipe Mountain, which appears in the lower left hand corner of the images. The second 3-D image names a number of the features shown. The final image is John Dougall's photograph of 12,293 ft. Mt. Columbia, taken with a telephoto lens from Vertebrae Glacier. In the first image, the two highest peaks on the horizon are Tsar Peak, on the left, and Mt Columbia, on the right. For more views, look at our "Glacier Skiing at Chatter Creek". The last image in the sidebar to the right shows part of the Clemenceau Icefield at the top left, beyond the Sullivan Fault. The convoluted strata of the Sullivan fault forms the backdrop for skiers and snowboarders on Vertebrae glacier. Click any image above to enlarge it. More information


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