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Luahna Peak Professional Review and Guide
"Luahna Peak is one of the mountains of the DaKobed sub-range without an official USGS name. It is the high point northwest of Clark Mountain and also next highest in elevation. Luahna has a pyramidal shape with a long rock spur extending down to the east. On the north side, sloping toward the Napeequa River, the Pilz Glacier heads between Luahna and Chalangin Peak, the next in line."
--Peggy Goldman, Washington's Highest Mountains: Basic Alpine and Glacier Routes (Wilderness Press).
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