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Mt. Flora summit [2]
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View from the summit of Mt. Flora (elev. 13,132') taken atop the cornice near Berthoud Pass, Colorado.  Views of the Front Range in all directions, there were two summits to the peak, & this one appeared to be shorter (perhaps of the snowpack of the other peak), yet indicated on topographic maps to be the summit.

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