Viewed from Mount Emma's summit, this is Gilpin Peak and Mount Sneffels under ominous skies. The trio of peaks on the left are subpeaks of Gilpin known as The Block Tops. The tallest one on the left is Point 13,543. You can also see Gilpin's southeast ridge in this shot. August 9, 2005
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