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Pyramid Peak 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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A: Pyramid Peak summit (annotated)

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View from the summit of Pyramid Peak (elev. 14,018') in the Elk Mountains near Aspen, Colorado.  Gran...

Pyramid Peak summit (annotated)

B: Saddle below Pyramid Peak

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Saddle below Pyramid Peak

C: Pyramid Peak amphitheatre

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Pyramid Peak amphitheatre

D: Spire above Pyramid Peak saddle

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Spire above Pyramid Peak saddle

E: Maroon Bells Hiking Trail

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The Maroon Bells Recreation Area has many easy hiking trails.

Maroon Bells Hiking Trail

F: Midway up North Maroon Peak

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Midway up North Maroon Peak

G: Maroon Peak standard trail

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Maroon Peak standard trail

H: Maroon Bells from Maroon Lake

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Maroon Bells from Maroon Lake

I: Maroon Lake Photographers

Laura Pearson作, 3.0kmかなた

The Maroon Bells are considered the most photographed peaks in North America. Located about 10 miles ...

Maroon Lake Photographers

J: Promontory on North Maroon Peak

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Promontory on North Maroon Peak



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