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Grays Peak (CO 14er # 9 - 14270') summit
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View from the top of Grays Peak (elev. 14,270') in the Front Range near Loveland Pass, Colorado, one of Colorado's 58 named 14ers.  Windy brutal conditions on top gave way to crisp views of the surrounding Front Range, Dillon Reservoir, Breckenridge Ski Area, & views even as far away as the Elk Mountains near Aspen.  Grays Peak marks the high point of the Front Range & Continental Divide.

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送信日: 27/11/2012
更新日: 15/09/2014
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