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Paiute Peak summit
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View from the summit of Paiute Peak (elev. 13,088') in the Indian Peaks Wilderness, Colorado.  This peak marks the northernmost of the named Indian peaks & has grand views of Mt. Toll, Mt. Audubon, & the rest of the rugged terrain to the south.

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