A few missing summits

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A few missing summits

Postby Scott Patterson » Wed Apr 17, 2019 3:55 pm

Tatahatso Point is on the topo maps (and several other maps) and isn't on LOJ yet.

Coordinates: 36.4184; -111.8544
Elevation: 5702
Prominence: 202 feet

(BGN seems to be down now, so I can't look up the classification).

Also a reminder that Aguille du Gieant is in the book Rock Climbing Utah:

https://www.amazon.com/Rock-Climbing-Ut ... 0466&psc=1

Coordinates: 38.9030; -110.4528
Elevation: Elevation 5500
Prominence: 140 feet
YDS: 5.5
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Re: A few missing summits

Postby John Kirk » Thu Apr 18, 2019 3:19 pm

Thanks
Tatahatso is classed as a cliff, but there's room for interpretation. The HP is another matter, at 5771 here: https://listsofjohn.com/mapf?lat=36.4063&lon=-111.8610&z=15&t=c

I added "Aiguille" (not spelled "Aguille") here, and addressed the confusion with ascents and ratings:
https://listsofjohn.com/peak/215199
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Re: A few missing summits

Postby Scott Patterson » Thu Apr 18, 2019 4:52 pm

Thanks. It's interesting that the USGS classified it as a cliff.
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