Cony Pass from Elk Tooth

A close-up view of Cony Pass from Elk Tooth. The pass is the low point on the ridge that connects Copeland Mountain to the Continental Divide. In the distant background is the Never Summer Range. In the top right corner one can see a piece of Isolation Peak and, immediately in front of it, Ouzel Peak with its blocky east ridge descending from the Divide. Rocky Mountain National Park, August 2005.


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JonBradford - Aug 23, 2005 11:49 pm - Hasn't voted

Never Summit Range?

What an ominous name. Even better then Never Summer :)



brenta - Aug 24, 2005 12:06 am - Hasn't voted

Re: Never Summit Range?

An obvious Freudian slip on my part: I've never reached a summit of the Never Summers!

Thanks for catching it. I fixed the caption. Fabio

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