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      La Plata Peak

      elev: 14,336 ft
      Sawatch
      5th tallest fourteener
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      La Plata Peak on one page
      La Plata Peak
      "Silver" peak in Spanish, after silver deposits were discovered in early 20th century.
      Hiking: (Highway I-82) 4.75 miles, 4,500 ft gain
      First Trail
      starts from the north side, along
      Independence Highway I-82
      and follows the northern ridge which divides La Plata basin from La Plata Gulch.
      Second Trail
      starts in Winfield, to the south of the peak and leads through a marshy basin and up a headwall.
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      Notes:
      • A hike of 4hours uphill by many... but pretty views along the way so that it took me 9hours and still i didn't reach the top at 6pm. (In addition to stopping often to catch my breath.) And walking down a mountain without a trail - not a good idea. Merging in the dark with a trail in the woods - not a good idea. 15 hour hiking day, last 6hours without water, lost bushwacking through river-bushes in the dark for 1.5 hours -- can't wait to go back, really - next time I will make other mistakes, not same ones.
      www.14ers.org/page.php?pname=peaks/sawatch/laplata - info
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