The summit ridge of Keyes Peak. Interestingly, the mountain is split geologically speaking. The northern half of the mountain is metamorphic rock whereas the southern half is granitoid. The true summit is the northern metamorphic peak shown here. Forsyth Peak appears in the background. Photo taken September 15, 2006.
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