UN13,336 from Willow Lake Basin. July 12th, 2005. Notice the geology, very unique to have a mountain split horizontally with two distinct Elk Range types of rock. The red rock, resembles the Maroon Bells, and the white rock resembles the Capitol/Snowmass massif.
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