The Warner Mountains in extreme northeastern California and south central Oregon form the boundary to the basin and range and the Great Basin. They are very ramp-shaped, with their eastern face (see here), being very steep and cliff-faced, while their western slopes are steep, yes, but much more gradual, wooded, and human friendly. This view is of Patterson Peak, the second highest peak in the range.
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