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Credit: E. Wiebe

Mt Douglas-PKOLS is a hill in Saanich, BC that reaches to 213 metres above sea-level. It rises directly from the ocean in the north. This is the view of the tree covered flank of the hill. Its peak is lost in cloud and swirling snow flakes. The hill and beach are part of a large district park. See the animated GIF below to get a wider perspective including the difference between a sunny and snowy morning.

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UVic / SEOS / Climate Group / About Front Page Picture / Mt. Douglas-PKOLS in Snow Last updated: Monday, 03-Mar-2014 10:04:53 PST
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