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Friday, November 18, 2011 - Prairie Post West - 9


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Photo by Jeff Quinlan


This shot of Crowsnest Mountain (left) alongside Seven Sisters Mountain was taken during a hike up to McGillivray Ridge. At 9,140 feet, Crowsnest Mountain is a popular scramble for many hikers and was first ascended by Tom Wilson in 1904. First named The Steeples by John Palliser's expedition, the first recorded ascent of the main tower on Seven Sisters was made in 1951, with considerable difficulty, by well-known guide skier, and photographer, Bruno Engler, who lived in the Crowsnest Pass area for four years. (Source: Dave Birrell, PeakFinder)


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