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Mystery Peak & Pump Peak

In the first week of August, my family did a short hike with Emma Wang. We chose Mt. Seymour as our objective. However, the day was extremely hot and smoky. Actually it’s not a good idea to go out and do a hike in these kind of days, because you dehydrate a lot, but only get limited views. We didn’t continue to the true summit, since we wouldn’t get any better views, so we turned back after reaching the false summit. Instead we tried about 1.5 kilometers on Elsay Lake Trail.

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The typical smoky view
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The typical smoky view
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Goldie Lake
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Goldie Lake
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Mystery Lake
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Mystery Lake
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Mystery Lake
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Mystery Lake
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Mystery Lake
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Mystery Lake
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More of Northshore Mountains
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More of Northshore Mountains
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Vancouver
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Vancouver
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Me on the false summit
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Me on the false summit
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The true summit
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The true summit
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Looking NW from false summit
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Looking NW from false summit
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Mt. Seymour
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Mt. Seymour
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Looking N from Elsay Lake Trail
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Looking N from Elsay Lake Trail
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