Looking like a lone volcano from the north, Olancha Peak, 12,123', with it's massive east face (out of sight) rising over 8,000' above Owens Valley, appears to have seceeded from the union with the high Sierra to make a solo statement among lesser peaks to the south. Trail Pk., 11,605', Golden Trout Wilderness, September, '07
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