Kit Carson Slope
Sangre De Cristo Wilderness Area, Colorado
Mountain thistle nod to Kit Carson's (14,163') summit block on the grassy slope leading to the Challenger Point (14,081') summit ridge. Challenger, named for the astronauts who gave their lives on the doomed space mission, is actually part of the Kit Carson massif. Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.
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