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Caption: Seven Sisters mountains near Hazelton, British Columbia are part of the Bulkley range of the Hazelton ranges and are composed of Mesozoic sediments which have been carved by glaciation and other erosion. Its tallest peak is 2,7547 meters high.

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Keywords: british columbia, bulkley range, canada, canadian, geologic, geology, glacial, glaciated, hazelton range, seven sisters mountain, seven sisters mountains

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Seven Sisters Mountain

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