Andrews Glacier is between Taylor Peak to the south (left) and Otis Peak to the north (right). This picture, taken from above The Loch, shows the slopes leading to Andrews Tarn, which is at the foot of the glacier. The peak on the left is not Taylor, but part of the ridge that projects from the Continental Divide directly north of Taylor Peak, and which includes the Cathedral Spires. Rocky Mountain National Park. March 2005.
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