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Mt. Sniktau summit
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View from the summit of Mt. Sniktau (elev. 13234') in the Front Range near Loveland Pass, Colorado.  Interstate 70 is in the valleys below descending from the Eisenhower/Johnson tunnels.  Views of other high 13ers in the Front Range as well as a southern view of Torreys Peak w/ the tip of Grays behind it.  Other 14ers visible in the Mosquito, Tenmile, Sawatch, & even faintly in the Elk Mountains.

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