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Old 09-02-2013, 06:12 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by woofer2609 View Post
Exactly what mountain is this and where is it? I googled Williams Lakes and just goy a bunch of stuff re. Williams Lake, the town in the interior
Quite picturesque.
If you were to draw a triangle using Sayward , Woss and Gold River as the points, these mountain ranges would sit right near the center...

The first bit of hiking was in the Sutton Range which holds one the Islands highest mountains, Victoria Peak..

Williams lakes sit about 2000' below the S.E. flank of Sutton peak, they are fed off a small glacier which gives them a nice blue coloration...

Looking up Sutton PK with its pocket glacier

Part way up the peak looking back on the the ice berg lake..

The second solo bit was in the peaks of Cain and Abel... This area is a much more accessible than the Sutton Range...

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