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Bertha Peak and McKinley Mountain

 
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 08, 2014 6:52 pm    Post subject: Bertha Peak and McKinley Mountain  Reply with quote

Went up to Big Bear for views from Bertha Peak.  Was disappointed that a lot of the snow had already melted.  Gorgonio was still buried in it.


Bertha Peak


Big Bear Lake, San Bernardinos in the background


More lake

Obligatory drone view...
http://vimeo.com/88512513

On the way back from Big Bear, we stopped along highway 330 to climb McKinley Mountain on the lower peaks list.


The start just off highway 330


Heading up the second ridge


Inland Empire from McKinley summit


Harrison Mountain, the other guardian of SBNF on highway 330


San Gabes from McKinley summit


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