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Colorado Mines Peak summit
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View from the summit of Colorado Mines Peak (elev. 12,493') just east of Berthoud Pass, Colorado.  This peak is part of the Front Range and has a wide view of the area, though much is obstructed due to the number of radio antennas that line the summit.  Easily accessible during all seasons of the year, however there are avalanche dangers on the steeper portions of the mountain.

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Uploaded: 18/05/2013
Updated: 14/06/2013
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