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Henrys Fork Peak (13, 260+...
Henrys Fork Peak (13, 260+ ft) is about one mile NW of Kings Peak. It is one of 17 mountains in the state above 13,000 ft in height (source). Photo taken June 7, 2002 from the south shoulder of West Gunsight Peak.

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desainmeLooks "taller" than some of the Uintas

desainme

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Less laid back than others I have seen.
Posted Feb 6, 2004 3:55 pm

KlenkeRe: Looks "taller" than some of the Uintas

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The Uintahs struck me as a place to observe expansive landscapes, not the individual peaks themselves (which often aren't that inspiring). Henrys Fork Peak from the angle shown (from the ESE) was the sharpest profile I saw on the trip. Even so, there's still a walk-up route on the south side.



What I like about this shot is the snowfields on the lower terrace of the mountain hint at faces (faces with their left sides in shadow).
Posted Feb 6, 2004 5:49 pm

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KlenkeSubmitted by Klenke
on Feb 6, 2004 2:31 pm

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