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Foggy Day at Pikes Peak
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Standing at 14,110 feet, Pikes Peak is number 31 on the list of Colorado's highest mountains, but it's surely number one on the list of its most famous. In fact, Pikes Peak the most-visited mountain in North America, and the second most-visited in the world, after Japan's Mount Fuji.

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