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 +[[Image:Mount-assiniboine-canada.jpg|'''[[Pyramidal peak]]''', or sometimes in its most extreme form called a glacial horn, is a mountaintop that has been modified by the action of ice during '''[[glaciation]]''' and '''[[frost]]''' weathering. If the use is unambiguous within a mountain context, then the simple terms '''[[peak]]''' or '''[[horn]]''' may be used.
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'''[[Pyramidal peak]]''', or sometimes in its most extreme form called a glacial horn, is a mountaintop that has been modified by the action of ice during '''[[glaciation]]''' and '''[[frost]]''' weathering. If the use is unambiguous within a mountain context, then the simple terms '''[[peak]]''' or '''[[horn]]''' may be used. '''[[Pyramidal peak]]''', or sometimes in its most extreme form called a glacial horn, is a mountaintop that has been modified by the action of ice during '''[[glaciation]]''' and '''[[frost]]''' weathering. If the use is unambiguous within a mountain context, then the simple terms '''[[peak]]''' or '''[[horn]]''' may be used.

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Pyramidal peak, or sometimes in its most extreme form called a glacial horn, is a mountaintop that has been modified by the action of ice during glaciation and frost weathering. If the use is unambiguous within a mountain context, then the simple terms peak or horn may be used.
Pyramidal peak, or sometimes in its most extreme form called a glacial horn, is a mountaintop that has been modified by the action of ice during glaciation and frost weathering. If the use is unambiguous within a mountain context, then the simple terms peak or horn may be used.

Pyramidal peak, or sometimes in its most extreme form called a glacial horn, is a mountaintop that has been modified by the action of ice during glaciation and frost weathering. If the use is unambiguous within a mountain context, then the simple terms peak or horn may be used.


Reference

  1. Wikipedia Peak [1]

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