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created July, 2006
This shot from 13,484 feet was taken just north of and above Argentine Pass. At about 13,200 feet, Argentine Pass is the highest named pass over the Continental Divide. It's approached from the east via Leavenworth Road, a steep four wheel drive track; or from the west on the Argentine Trail (on foot). Argentine Trail begins in Horseshoe Basin near the end of Peru Creek Road. Notable nearby mountains shown here are Grays Peak and Torreys Peak to the northwest; Mt. Evans and Mt. Beirstadt to the southeast.