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Mount Elbert via Black Cloud Trail
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South Central, CO
South Central, CO
Hiking Aug 26 2010
Grasshopper
Hiking11.20 Miles 5,500 AEG
Hiking11.20 Miles   12 Hrs      0.93 mph
5,500 ft AEG
 
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Excluding Alaska, this one at 14,433ft elevation is ranked 2nd highest in our U.S.A. and via this more demanding and more exposed "Black Cloud Trail" route, it proved to be a real "pumpkin" hike.. :sweat: :sweat: but also very rewarding! :D
(Fortunately we had a great Colorado weather day for our twelve hour outing)
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