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Arapaho Peak traverse

The high traverse b/w 13ers North & South Arapaho Peaks in the Indian Peaks Wilderness west of Nederland, Colorado.  A fun scramble route follows the high ridge for the most part leading up to the north summit, the highest point in the wilderness area at 13,502 feet.  Directly below is the state's largest glacier, Arapaho Glacier, spanning an area of 1/2 mile by 1/4 mile w/ a few noticeable crevasses & a green silty ice-covered tarn that looks like a pile of vomit.  At the end of the Little Ice Age the glacier spanned over the present tarn, having dimished drastically in size the last 100 years.  Look further beyond to the other manmade & paternoster lakes to get a sense of the Ice Age scale of this glacier.  Look towards both North & South Arapaho Peaks to glimpse people on top of both summits.

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Taken: 19/10/2015
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Tags: north arapaho peak; south arapaho peak; traverse; arapaho glacier; indian peaks wilderness; front range; colorado; 13er; tarn
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