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The register summit is behind the second knuckle from the left in the picture AllYouCanEat references:


The actual highest point is not quite visible. This is the easterly of the two 6160+F tops (Topozone map).


Here is the view east along the crest:


The sharp point at left-center is the first of the five knuckles. The point on the right is the second knuckle.


Here is the view WNW along the crest:


This is a view of the other 6160+F top. It was very close in height to the registered top.

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Somebody just skied from off the summit last weekend. rockband.gif I think it was the NE Face? Not sure though.


tongue.gif It was good! We skied the Dry Creek Route (which is the NE Face I guess).


Thanks for the pictures and answer, Klende...looks like I don't have an excuse to go back now.


Edit to add: Yeah right, Justin. cantfocus.gif

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