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Pyramid Peak (CO 14er # 47 - 14018') summit
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View from the summit of Pyramid Peak (elev. 14,018') in the Elk Mountains near Aspen, Colorado.  Grand views of the rest of the Elks including the impressive Maroon Bells across the way.  Capitol & Snowmass are two other granite 14ers behind to the northwest.

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