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Liberty Pass, Ruby Mountains, Nevada, USA
Nevada

Lamoille Canyon is one of several glacially carved canyons in the Ruby Mountains of Nevada, situated in the basin and range region of the western United States.  Reaching altitudes above 11,000 feet, the range captures significant precipitation creating a cool green oasis above the surrounding desert.

Liberty Pass sits at the head of Lamoille Canyon above Lamoille Lake to the north and Liberty Lake to the south.

This photo was taken at the pass near 10,500 feet elevation.

Copyright: John roberts
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Загружена: 27/07/2010
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Tags: mountain; canyon; wilderness; basin and range
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