The cliff on the right is one of only two in the USA's "lower 48" that drops more than a vertical mile in less than one horizontal mile.
The way those cornices overhang so incredibly, now there's even less horizontal distance to the bottom.....Always wondered what the peak looked like, thanks Eric
I guess in the summer it's a sharp, rock ridge requiring some care to traverse. We had it good on this January weekend, other than camping high on the mountain in temperatures in the negative teens.
You'll find more info on Davis Peak, including more photos of our climb of it on SummitPost.org.
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Photo taken in Stetattle Creek Trail, Rockport, WA 98283, USA
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