The Twins Peak

September 4, 1977

This trip was a substitution for a canceled trip; it had no publicity, but, in spite of this lack, we had a party of four. The mountain was a 7,000' plus peak east of Waldo Lake. It turned out to be a volcanic rim with two high peaks and a break through towards the south. The weather was beautiful and we had an excellent view of the surrounding country. We were unable to see the Three Sisters; they had their heads in the clouds, and the lakes to the east of us were very low on water. We looked down on Charlton Lake, Gerdine Butte, and Found Lake area, where we will be going before long. The four were Emmy Dale, Barbara Durchanek, Bill Seavey and Helen Smith, leader.


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