Hilltop Mine from Mount Sherman Saddle

Pike National Forest, Colorado

The Hilltop Mine is dwarfed by a massive mountain landscape, as seen from the 13,500' saddle of Mount Sherman - 14,042. Mount Sherman can be climbed from either the Leadville or Fairplay side and is considered one of Colorado's easiest fourteeners. The views are among the very best, though. Hilltop mine produced $600,000 in silver ore during its peak in 1888. Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.

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Hilltop Mine from Mount Sherman Saddle print

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