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Peak 1 summit

View from the top of Peak 1 (elev. 12,805') in the Tenmile Range outside of Frisco, Colorado.  Grand views of the Front Range, Sawatch Range, Gore Range, & Tenmile Peak to the south.  Copper Mountain ski area & towns of Dillon, Silverthorne, & Frisco visible as well as Dillon Reservoir.

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Uploaded: 24/12/2012
Updated: 08/01/2013


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