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Boulter Peak
From the top of Sabie Mtn, this nice view the Boulter Mtn range are to the east. Pinyon Peak is actually Packard Peak, see comments below.
4-6-09

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HeatonPinyon vs. Packard

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Beautiful photo, especially with the snowy Wasatch mountains in the background. I took photos in this directionfrom several southern Wasatch peaks, and this photo helped me identify some summits.

It appears from the topo map that the peak you labeled Pinyon Pk is actually Packard Peak (elevation 7828), with Pinyon a little to the left obscured by Old Baldy. Those two peaks have very similar shapes and make a "nice pair" from the Provo area.
Posted Jan 17, 2010 10:19 pm

DeanRe: Pinyon vs. Packard

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They sure do have similar shapes, but you may be right on. I've redone the caption on the pic. Thanks.
Posted Jan 17, 2010 10:59 pm

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DeanSubmitted by Dean
on Apr 7, 2009 9:20 am

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