Labeled Panoramas from the Washington Cascades
- in booklet form as .pdf files -
These are older labeled panoramas originally intended for printing. As is. A few of the peak names are probably wrong, or no longer my preferred option.
In a few of the labeled panoramas, ‘Chiwaukum’ (e.g. Big Chiwaukum) is misspelled. I’ll correct these errors as I can.
Some of these .pdf files are password protected. The password is: grubisa (all lower case). Sorry for the inconvenience.
Bean Peak August 2002 ~8 mb
Note: there is a more recent labeled version using the Deval VR viewer here:
Jolly Mtn. (labeled) 6443' January 2007
Point 7039 (east of Van Epps Pass) June 2002 ~11 mb
This file is also intended for fire lookout personnel. There is a virtual reality version of this labeled pan here, that uses HD View for PCs and Silverlight for other platforms.
There is a particularly high level of detail in this file, with about 400 identifications.
This file is intended as a resource for the fire lookout personnel at Thorp. In addition, there is a virtual reality version of this labeled pan here, that automatically uses HD View for PCs and Silverlight for other platforms. (Thanks Matt!) And there is a QTVR version linked below.
Callout lines with arrowheads indicate that the feature either is not visible because of an intervening feature, or because it is obscured by fog, cloud or haze.
Quotation marks indicate unofficial names. In most cases they taken from Jeff Howbert's Master Peak List, or from what I understand is common local usage. Unofficial names (in quotes) not on the Master Peak List, or not common local usage are what I understand to be first ascent names.
Names from USGS topographic maps, Green Trails maps, or from Fred Beckey's Cascade Alpine Guide (CAG) are used without quotation marks. In addition, names from the now out of print Teanaway Country by Mary Sutliff, published in 1980 by Signpost Books were used in a few cases, and are enclosed in quotation marks.
When locations are identified only by the elevation, and the USGS 7.5 minute maps note the elevation without a 'T' (for transit) the elevation is enclosed by single quotation marks (e.g. '6755'). Callouts for ridges are usually placed at the high point on the ridge unless it extends to a higher feature. If a ridge has 2 or more callouts, the high point is usually so indicated.
A special thanks to John Roper for his help on naming issues that have arisen in doing the labeled panoramas, some of which have more than 400 features identified. However, all errors are mine.
LR, October 12, 2008