The prominent-looking peak on the left side of this photo is "Gunnshy", with Jumpoff Ridge to its left (north). "Gunnshy" is commonly mistaken as Gunn Peak because it appears taller, but that is because the two peaks are separated by some distance and only have 32' elevation difference.
I believe Gunn Peak is in the center-background of the photo, with Heybrook Ridge on the right side of the photo.
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