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Red Pine Lake
Lower Red Pine Lake is located below Peak 10,897, also known as Little Pfeifferhorn or Redbird Point, which is southwest of the lake

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mountaingazelleRe: Melinda ...

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On most maps Peak 10,718 is named Thunder Mountain. That is what I have always known it as. The mountain is more popular with backcountry skiers than hikers. The name Lake Peak was given to it for obvious reasons. It is sometimes called Pink Pine Peak too. Dan has a page for it Here
Posted Jul 30, 2009 11:58 pm

mountaingazelleRe: Melinda ...

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Thanks Dan! It was a nice day. I don’t think the name Thunder Mountain is used that much. Maybe we have enough thunder mountains in the Wasatch already. Lake Peak seems to be what most people prefer.
Posted Aug 21, 2009 5:17 am

Deanah memories

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I slept over in those trees on the right, experimenting with a Hennessey Hammock. Probably the coldest night ever since I didn't know that I had insufficient insulation under me. Nice nice pic.
Posted Aug 19, 2009 5:58 pm

mountaingazelleRe: ah memories

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Thanks Dean! I had actually planned on doing a longer hike but an afternoon thunderstorm was moving in. There was a really pretty reflection in the lake. I usually see people camping in the area you were at. It may not be so fun if you’re freezing!
Posted Aug 21, 2009 5:18 am

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on Jul 30, 2009 4:40 am

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Object Title: Red Pine Lake