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Key Col for Peak 13541

Col Elevation: 13,200- feet, 4023- meters

Key Col for:Peak 13541  (13,541 ft/4127 m)
Key Col Elevation Info:Elevation range: 13,200 - 13,160 ft
    (40-foot contour interval)
Latitude/Longitude (WGS84)37° 59' 38'' N; 105° 35' 41'' W
37.993761, -105.594763 (Dec Deg)
ProminenceClean: 341 ft/104 m
Optimistic: 381 ft/116 m
Average: 361 ft/110 m
Prominence Parentage:Line Parent: Peak 13560
Prominence Parent: Peak 13560
Island Parent: Peak 13560
Ridgewalk Distance:0.84 mi/1.36 km
CountryUnited States
State/ProvinceColorado
County/Second Level RegionCuster
Saguache
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RangesContinent: North America
Range2: Rocky Mountains
Range3: Southern Rocky Mountains
Range4: Sangre de Cristo Range
Range5: Northern Sangre de Cristo Range
Range6: Crestone Group
Drainage Basins
Rio Grande
Gulf of Mexico
Atlantic Ocean

Arkansas
Mississippi
Gulf of Mexico
Atlantic Ocean
OwnershipLand: Pike and San Isabel National Forest/Rio Grande National Forest
Wilderness/Special Area: Sangre de Cristo Wilderness Area
Topo MapCrestone Peak    O37105h5    1:24,000


Detailed Ridgewalk Listing

The table below lists the peaks and cols that lie on the path from Peak 13541 to its Key Col and onward to its Line Parent.  This route is the highest possible path that follows ridgecrests from the peak to higher ground. It corresponds to the yellow line on the map above.  Note: This feature is preliminary. There may be errors in the ridgewalk data and/or bugs in the code that give misleading results. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Ridge PointElev-ftProm-ftRidge Name(s)Basins to each sideDist-miCumulative-mi
START: Peak 1354113,541341 Rio Grande/Arkansas  
KEY COL: (Unnamed Col)13,200  Rio Grande/Arkansas0.220.22
Peak 1351713,517277 Rio Grande/Arkansas0.190.41
(Unnamed Col)13,240  Rio Grande/Arkansas0.150.56
LINE PARENT: Peak 1356013,560400 Rio Grande/Arkansas0.280.84
PROM PARENT: Peak 1356013,560400    
ISLAND PARENT: Peak 1356013,560400    
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