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Bedrock Peak

bedrock peak

scale bar

Bedrock Peak: A subconical, resistant outcrop has been excavated by
regional glacial erosion that has removed surrounding, less resistant materials.
Ice movement steepened the southeastern flank by scouring and has formed
eastward-trending grooves and ridges (1-2 km long) in the adjacent basin.

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