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"East Loveland Pass Pk." summit
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One of two summits of East Loveland Pass Peak (elev. 12,915') near Loveland Pass, Colorado.  This is usually the first peak ascended going east from the pass if following the Continental Divide.

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Uploaded: 26/07/2012
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