Viewed from Porcupine Pass, Oweep Basin sprawls out in front of us, draining westward into the main artery of Lake Fork Drainage. At 12,300 feet, I believe this pass is the second highest in the Uintas behind 12,600 foot Anderson Pass near Kings Peak. Sep 2003. Fuji Velvia.
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