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Mount Thielsen

Mount Thielsen from Mount Mazama

Mount Thielsen, from the west rim of Crater Lake.

Mount Thielsen

Mount Thielsen from the southwest. Driving north from Medford, to the west of Crater Lake, you come over a hill and there is Mount Thielsen right ahead of you, with its spire thrusting skyward 9,173 feet. Beautiful.

Mount Thielsen

Mount Thielsen is known as "The Lightning Rod of the Cascades"; lightning strikes the spire so often that "lightning tubes" of recrystalized rock are formed.

Mount Thielsen Mount Thielsen

These two shots are from nearby Diamond Lake.

©D.L. Mark 1997

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