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Guided Field Trip on Mount Baker: Fire and Ice in Morovitz Meadow

Dear friends,


Trailside volcanic ash deposits Morovitz Meadows

I will be leading a day-long hike for North Cascades Institute on July 22. The all-day hiking field trip explores the glacial and volcanic geology along the trail to the Railroad Grade moraine on Mount Baker’s south slope. Registration is $95.


Full information and registration at the NCI website: http://ncascades.org/signup/programs/geology-fire-and-ice-in-mount-bakers-morovitz-meadow

Thanks and looking forward to seeing you!


Morovitz Meadows on Mount Baker’s south flank. The Railroad Graqde moraine is the sharp green crest in the center, with Easton Glacier beyond.

Dave Tucker

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