Clark County, WA HP

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Clark County, WA HP

Postby Kelly » Mon Dec 19, 2011 10:01 pm

John, you show Sturgeon Rock as the HP of Clark County, WA, and the 60 ft lower Sturgeon Fin as second highest. If you look at your maps, you will see that really Sturgeon Rock is about 100 yards east of the line, and solidly in Skamania County. Sturgeon Fin is the intersection of the ridge & the county line (and that is the only reason for it to have a name). Hope it won't be a big task to correct the lists.

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Re: Clark County, WA HP

Postby Layne Bracy » Mon Dec 19, 2011 11:27 pm

Interestingly, the peak profile shows the Rock in Clark, while the yearly peak log(say, for you or me, who both climbed it this year), shows it in Skamania.

The Fin is correctly tagged as the Clark HP, in any event.
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