4/9/06 - Mt. Drum, here enshrouded above and on both its east and west sides, is the westernmost prominent peak in the Wrangells.
11/26/05 - Mt. Sanford, bathed in late afternoon alpenglow, shows the effects of several late fall snowfalls.
Mt. Sanford in the afternoon sun.
Mt. Blackburn - 16,390' - seen across the Copper River valley from the Tok Cut-Off on a spring morning.
The early morning sunrise gives depth to the north side of Mt. Sanford, and casts shadows on the frozen surface of the Slana River, just above its junction with the Copper River at Slana.
Mt. Drum, visible for miles when approaching Glennallen from the west.
Alpenglow illuminates the Wrangells on a winter afternoon, with 12,010' Mt. Drum holding center stage; 16,237' Mt. Sanford on the left; the rounded profile of 14,163' Mt. Wrangell on the right.
Mt. Blackburn and the Kennecott Glacier from Sourdough Ridge, east of McCarthy in the Wrangell Mts.
An early fall photo of Mt Sanford from the Chistochina River bridge on the Tok Cut-Off.
9/18/06 - Mt. Sanford, as seen from the Glenn Hwy. at the Chistochina River bridge.
9/18/06 - Mt. Bona, far to the south of this vantage point near MP 56 on the Glenn Hwy./Tok Cut-Off.
10/24/05 5:50 PM - The view I get if I step out my front door and look east. The setting sun was illuminating Mt. Drum with alpenglow.
2/3/06, 2:00 PM AST - Mt Drum as seen from Mile 182, west of Glennallen.
Mt. Blackburn (16,371') from the Edgerton Hwy., just off the Richardson Hwy.
10/15/06 - The Wrangell Mts. as they appear from west to east (left to right in this series) as viewed from near the top of the Edgerton Hwy. This is Mt. Drum - 12,010'.
10/15/06 - The Wrangell Mts. as they appear from west to east (left to right in this series) viewed from near the top of the Edgerton Hwy. This is Mt. Wrangell (an active volcano) - 14,163'.
10/15/06 - The Wrangell Mts. as they appear from west to east (left to right in this series) viewed from near the top of the Edgerton Hwy. This is Mt. Sanford - 16,237'.
10/15/06 - The Wrangell Mts. as they appear from west to east (left to right in this series) viewed from near the top of the Edgerton Hwy. This is Mt. Blackburn - 16,371'.
7/31/07 6:39 PM - From Mile 21 of the Richardson, this photo of the north side of Mt Drum across the Copper River valley shows low clouds building up on the southwestern slopes and spilling over the peak, down the eastern side. Late summer/early fall weather usually creates scenes of clouds doing battle with winds over the Wrangells, with similar patterns in the spring.
8/2/07 8:28 PM - While the telephoto compresses horizontal distances, exaggerating the frost heaves of the Glenn Hwy through Glennallen, it also brings the glaciers flowing down the west side of the mountain much closer (as well as making the power lines crossing the highway more apparent).
8/2/07 8:28 PM - A more powerful telephoto setting brings the glaciers of Mt Drum even closer. The tower to the left center is approximately a mile away.
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2/8/08 4:38 PM - Mt Drum at wintertime sunset, after a beautiful clear day, with a high of -17°F, after a morning of -46°F, with another to follow.
Capital Mountain, a 2,356-m (7,731 ft)-high andesite shield volcano. Not visible behind it, due to climatic conditions, is Mt Sanford. The two can be seen in photo #27.