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LoJ: #514 (G & M: #512) UN 13159

Range › San Juan Range
Quadrangle › Ophir
Summit Location › Peak Route Icon N 37° 51' 42.38", W 107° 45' 25.33" (Not Field Checked)

Peak Summary

By itself, a Class 2+ summit situated above the beautiful and seldom visited Mill Creek Basin and Columbine Lake, SW of Red Mountain Pass. We have sequenced this summit however with Three Fingers and T.11 for a much longer day. 4WD is not required but useful and can shorten mileage. There is an additional route for accessing this peak alone from US550 south of Red Mountain Pass. 

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