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Mt. Evans (CO 14er # 14 - 14264') summit
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View from the summit of Mt. Evans (elev. 14,264') south of Idaho Springs, Colorado.  This 14er has the highest paved road in North America w/ views of the rest of the Front Range & extending west towards the distant Sawatch Range.

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