You can’t see the summit, but it’s up there under the highest cloud that still shows a touch of morning pink. At 10,801 feet it’s not the tallest mountain in these parts, but it’s the closest. I’ve hiked up there, not all the way to the top, but almost, on the back side you can’t see here. There’s a stretch of jumbled rocky cliffs that give a very different impression of this place, much more lonely, wild, and dangerous.
Picuris Peak Morning
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