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Mt. Bierstadt (CO 14er # 38 - 14060') summit
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View from the top of Mt. Bierstadt (elev. 14,060') in the Mount Evans Wilderness area near Guanella Pass, Colorado, one of 58 named 14ers.  Views of the Front Range including Grays & Torreys Peaks, south park, the Sawatch Range, part of the Gore Range, Pikes Peak, the distant Sangre de Cristo Range, & Guanella Pass itself.  The next ridge over to the east connects to the much higher Mt. Evans.

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