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Big Four Mountain Reflects On Perry Creek Marsh, Mt. Baker-Snoqulamie National Forest

Reflection of Big Four Mountain Perry Creek marshland in Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest.

Standing on the western edge of the Central Cascades on the Mountain Loop Highway, 40 miles east of Everette, Big Four Mountain stands 6,160 feet above the surrounding landscape and forms a visual Gateway into the Glacier Peak Wilderness area. Featuring a steep north face that drops snow pack 3,700 feet down to the base of the mountain where the snow and ice accumulates and forms the Big Four Ice Caves,

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