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"Tuk No" from Gold King Basin
We drove into Gold King Basin after having been turned around no more than a half mile from Geyser Pass due to an early season snow (even getting as far up as we did up the pass was a challenge). While a bummer at the time, it is probably a good thing a "no camping" sign is posted at the end of the Gold King Basin Road. I mean, look at that view! There'd be hundreds up there all the time! Sep 2006. Fuji Velvia 100.

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seth@LOKIThe Peak in this photo is Tuk No

seth@LOKI

Voted 10/10

Tuk No is a sub-peak of Tukuhnikivatz which is the Peak in view to the left through the trees.
Exxon apparently tried to drill right here. The face shown here is called Exxon's Folley in a Utah BC Ski book.
I wouldn't know this either but I just skied Tuk No and down this run just last weekend. At least you care enough to guess!!! Just thought I'D SHARE.

sETH
Posted Apr 3, 2008 11:43 pm

46and2Re: The Peak in this photo is Tuk No

46and2

Hasn't voted

Thanks for the beta. I hopped on google earth and sure enough, Tuk is way back there. I hate being wrong but am actually getting used to it by now.
Posted Apr 13, 2008 11:53 pm

seth@LOKIAND nice photo

seth@LOKI

Voted 10/10

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Posted Apr 3, 2008 11:44 pm

seth@LOKInaa, I'm wrong all the time!

seth@LOKI

Voted 10/10

but it's fun that you care enough to try to outline what peak is what. It's trivia(l).

Seth
Posted Apr 18, 2008 11:08 am

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46and2Submitted by 46and2
on Apr 15, 2007 1:37 am

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Lat/Lon: 38.46582°N / 109.2659°W
Object Title: "Tuk No" from Gold King Basin

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