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Kings & South Kings
From the not-so-frequently-visited Yellowstone Drainage, this offers a unique perspective of the two highest peaks in Utah ---> Kings Peak (left) and South Kings Peak. Taken from the Smiths Fork Pass Trail about a mile below the southern side of the pass, the elevation where I am standing is about 11,600 feet (3,570 meters) give or take a few.

From this angle (looking east) it sure looks like South Kings is higher but it is not. September 2003. Fuji Velvia.

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gjagielsNice shot!

gjagiels

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It is funny that South Kings looks higher, even from the summit of Wilson Peak, South Kings Peak still looks higher and is only 1/4 of a mile closer than Kings. Nice shot of a beautiful area!

Greg
Posted Mar 11, 2007 4:32 am

46and2Re: Nice shot!

46and2

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Thanks. Makes you wonder if the 1966 satellite measurements are correct! Okay, maybe not. :)
Posted Mar 11, 2007 3:57 pm

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46and2Submitted by 46and2
on Mar 11, 2007 3:01 am

Image ID: 276814
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Lat/Lon: 40.77650°N / 110.3723°W
Object Title: Kings & South Kings

Image Type(s): Scenery