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Hanging Valley

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Hanging Valley: A narrow valley descends southward in two steps to the main
valley floor. The low, hummocky debris deposit at foot of valley is partly covered
with fine sediment. A lobate ice fall deposit is present at the foot of an adjacent
valley to the west.

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