UN 2070, seen here from the...
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UN 2070, seen here from the beginning of Bat Cave Mountain, which is located to it's east, is this rock outcropping located southeast of Mount Lincoln, north of Phantom Mountain, and west of Bat Cave Mountain. Rather than the convergence of their ridgelines being a lower saddle, it is this highpoint. If you plan on summiting all three in one day (which doesn't make for an exceptionally long day, although a fun one for sure), this will be a very important feature. While traversing between Mount Lincoln and Phantom/Bat Cave this formation will block your view. Upon reaching its northern aspect, traverse to the east/southeast until you stand under a massive overhang. From here, Bat Cave is the long ridgeline to the east and Phantom is the ridgeline to the south.
This photo is being added to the Phantom Mountain section of the Mount Lincoln page. Text to this section will come shortly.
July 7, 2005