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East Ridge of Lovenia
View from the beginning of descent from East Lovenia.

Of the three cliff-ringed ridge sections ahead, the first (and the smallest) is easy to bypass on the right (N), and the last (and the largest) is easy to skirt along its South Bench (on the left). The middle "island" is tricky though. Both its Eastern prow and its North escarpment have some must-negotiate class 5 sections. The South side might be a better choice perhaps.

10/8/2008 11:49 am


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Tomek Lodowybeautiful !

Tomek Lodowy

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these slopes look interesting, is that postglacial relief or what?


Posted Nov 22, 2008 6:59 pm

Dmitry PrussRe: beautiful !

Dmitry Pruss

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Thanks Tomek! The mountains here are made of nearly-horizontal layers of very old rock, mostly Precambrian quartzite and some shales. So the long bands of red cliffs, separated by eroded benches, are very typical for Uinta Range. The headwalls of the valleys were scored by glaciers, but they all gone extinct.
Posted Nov 23, 2008 10:10 am

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Dmitry PrussSubmitted by Dmitry Pruss
on Oct 13, 2008 6:45 pm

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Lat/Lon: 40.75690°N / 110.6074°W
Object Title: East Ridge of Lovenia

Image Type(s): Hiking