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From the summit of the West Lion looking back at Vancouver.  The lake is the Capilano Reservoir.  The city is lost in the haze, but the body of water beyond the reservoir is the Burrard Inlet.  This watershed is essentially off-limits.
From the summit of the West Lion looking southwest.  The fog is streaming into Howe Sound around Bowen Island and other islands.  Vancouver Island is visible in the hazy distance and the prominent land on the right is part of the Sunshine Coast (technically on the mainland, but not accessible by car except by taking a  ferry).
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Looking up at the West Lion while on the approach from Lions Bay.  The notch is prominent feature of the standard route (crossed from the right).  There is also a route that goes straight up the notch from this point, but I doubt it's popular.
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Looking up at the West Lion while on the approach from Lions Bay. The notch is prominent feature of the standard route (crossed from the right). There is also a route that goes straight up the notch from this point, but I doubt it's popular.

Submitted By: Peter Spindloe on Apr 15, 2007
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