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Mount Jefferson trail-head
Nevada

This is the trailhead for the hike up Mount Jefferson in Nevada.  Turning off a dirt road here (at "Jefferson Summit") puts you in position to walk directly up a long ridge line to the South Summit of the mountain, the highest point in the county.  We were tempted to pitch camp here, but it is a very exposed location and thunderstorms surrounded us.  It was a beautiful place to watch the sunset however.

Copyright: Joe griffin
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Uploaded: 14/08/2012
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Tags: mount; jefferson; alta toquima; david hurst thomas; mountain; nevada; clouds; camping; view; hike; mountain climing; camp
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