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Hiking Southern California - Cucamonga Peak

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Cucamonga Peak offers a beatiful view over the Ontario area, Mount San Antonio (Mt Baldy) is visible behind the trees in the northwest, San Gorgonio and San Jacinto in the east and Santiago Peak in the south.
Time: 21 SEP 2013, 15:35 UTC
Position: N34d13m21.808s W117d35m06.850s Elev. 2701m
Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mk2 + 24-105 4.0L (handheld)

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