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Elevation in meters
Glass Mountain Region: Deadman Summit; along east side of Highway 395, 100m southeast of turnoff to FS Road 1S05. (June Lake quad)
Glass Mountain Region: Wet meadow: Dry east-facing slopes just west of confluence (Dexter Canyon quad)
Dexter Creek: Streamside appx. 1.5 mi. E of Crooked Meadows, along 4WD road leading up steep hill to FS Rd. 1N02.
Deadman Summit; along E side of Hwy 395, 100m SE of turnoff to FS Rd. 1S05.
Wet meadow: Dry E-facing slopes just W of confluence.
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