Lone Cone – Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering

  • Elevation: 742 m
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Lone Cone Climbing Notes

Ole D. Dunn from SWEDEN writes:

Climb early in the morning for when storm clouds begin to form it is time to get off the mountain. It is frequently receives many lightning strikes simultaneously as it is the highest elevation with no other peaks to tempt the lightning to other targets. <br/>The climb has some exposure but the most difficult aspect is climbing over the boulder fields. Once on top you will gaze in a 360 degree panorama that makes the thin air worth the effort.


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10 other mountain peaks closest to Lone Cone:

1. Lone Wolf Mountain (1479 m) 28.6 km
2. Mariner Mountain (1771 m) 29.9 km
3. Mount Tom Taylor (1789 m) 35.8 km
4. Nine Peaks (1848 m) 36.1 km
5. Moyeha Mountain (1791 m) 36.5 km
6. Big Interior Mountain (1857 m) 37.2 km
7. Mount Thelwood (1742 m) 38.9 km
8. Mount Septimus (1948 m) 41.8 km
9. Mount Rosseau (1958 m) 42.0 km
10. Mount Myra (1803 m) 43.3 km


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