Pre-eruption Mount Saint Helens, Washington
Prominence: 5917 ft, 1804 m
Elevation: 9677 feet, 2950 meters
True Isolation: 32.29 mi, 51.96 km
The north side of Mt. St. Helens on June 15, 1975 after our successful climb. We climbed the Forsythe Glacier route, which is the large glacier in the center of the picture. On the left is the famous Dogs Head after which the most popular route at the time was named. You can see the glissade track coming down from the Dogs Head (1975-06-15). Photo by Bob Bolton.
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