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Combo) Little Bear-to-Blanca Traverse

Difficulty:   
Exposure: Dangerous exposure that requires careful, technical moves to navigate around. A fall would likely be fatal. Big, sheer drops.
Summit Elevation: 0 feet
Trailhead Elevation: 0 feet
Elevation Gain:0 feet
Round-trip Length: 0.00 miles
Trailhead:
USGS Quad.: Blanca Peak
County Sheriff: Alamosa: 719-589-6608
National Forests:  Rio Grande, San Isabel
Author: BillMiddlebrook
Last Updated: 1/2010
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