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Buffalo Mountain (12777'/3894m) summit
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View from the summit of Buffalo Mountain (elev. 12,777') in the Gore Range outside Silverthorne, Colorado.  The peak is easily accessible from Ryan Park and ascends to this prominent mountain overlooking Dillon Reservoir & much of Interstate 70 coming from the Eisenhower/Johnson tunnels.  Views of nearby Red Mountain plus the Tenmile Range to the south & large portions of the Front Range & Vasquez Mountains.  The wind was strong & fierce, gusts of 70mph blew me down a few times, created dust-devil formations of blowing snow, & you can see the snow blowing in the sky in this view.  The wind also forms unique formations on the snow called sastruga.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 20756x10378
Taken: 15/02/2016
Uploaded: 15/02/2016
Updated: 24/05/2016
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Tags: buffalo mountain; gore range; summit; colorado; winter; 12er; 13er; 14er; frisco; dillon; silverthorne; ryan park; front range; tenmile range; rocky mountains; grays peak; torreys peak; red mountain; vasquez mountains; dillon reservoir; sastruga
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