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Setting Sun

The sun was starting to set by the time we made it back to the area where we could see Cameron Peak (right), Clark Peak (left) and the Rawah's (in the distance). The lighting was stunning and made up for some of the disappointing views at the end of the trail.

The sun was starting to set by the time we made it back to the area where we could see Cameron Peak (right), Clark Peak (left) and the Rawah's (in the distance). The lighting was stunning and made up for some of the disappointing views at the end of the trail.

Setting Sun

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