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Snow gallery around Crested Peak, timber 12x14 in., 20 in. apart.

Distant view of Mt. Dana and Cathedral Peak, Sierras Nevada Mts, Cal.

Pikes Peak and Fountain Creek.

Pike's Peak from Peephole, Colorado, U.S.A.

Pikes Peak, from the lake.

The Mountain House and Valley of the Lakes, from North Mt. High Peak and Round Top in the distance.

Summit Valley, the head-waters of the Yuba River. Donner Peak and Pass in the distance.

Cathedral Peak from Cathedral Lake.

View of the eastern peak and "chimney," with Katahdin Lake in the distance, looking east-northeast from "Excelsior" peak.

Winnemucca town and peak, 334 miles from Sacramentto.

Manitou House, Manitou, Colorado. Showing the summit of Pike's Peak, ten miles distant.

Pikes Peak from the Halfway House in the old trail.

Lone Peak, American Fork Canyon. [Showing an artist at work.]

Donner Lake, with Crested Peak and Mt. Lincoln in distance.

5th cascade, Bear Canon [Canyon], on the U.S. Signal Trail to Pike's Peak.

Summit Valley, the head-waters of the Yuba River. Donner Peak and Pass in the distance.

Signal station, summit of Pike's Peak.

Pike's Peak from Peephole, Colorado, U.S.A.

U.S. Signal station, Pikes Peak.

[A man and burros at the top of Grey's Peak.]

Pike's Peak, 14,336 feet high.

Summit of Pike's Peak. The crater.

View from Sunset Rock, near the Laurel House, looking towards the Peak.

Pikes Peak Avenue.

Sheltered falls, Pikes Peak trail.

Pike's Peak from the Garden of the Gods.

The Gate and Pike's Peak.

Crested Peak and Tunnel no. 10, eastern slope of western summit.

Pikes Peak from Thornton Heights, Manitou Park.

On the Pike's Peak trail.

Crystal Falls, Bear Canon on the Pike's Peak Trail.

Pikes Peak from the Halfway House in the old trail.

Summit of Pike's Peak. Bottomless pit.

Split rock on the Pike's Peak Trail.

Summit of Pike's Peak. The crater.

Trinidad, Colo., with Fisher's Peak in background.

Manitou and Pikes Peak, Colorado.

Winnemucca town and peak, 334 miles from Sacramentto.

Manitou, Colorado. Pike's Peak in the distance, 14,336 feet high.

Cheyenne Canon. Six miles from Colorado Springs, Virginia Peak and Sphynx.

Sheltered falls, Pikes Peak trail.

The cascade, Pikes Peak Trail.

Pike's Peak and Manitou.

Castle Peak from R. R. [railroad] around Crystal Peak.

Signal station, summit of Pike's Peak.

On Grey's Peak trail.

Pikes Peak & the Antler's Colorado Springs.

The Mountain House and Valley of the Lakes, from North Mt. High Peak and Round Top in the distance.

Grant's Peak and Palisade Rocks, from the western summit.

Summit of Grey's Peak.

Manitou and Pike's Peak.

View of the "Table Land," south-western spur of the mountain, looking south-west from "Excelsior" peak.

Crested Peak and Tunnel no. 10, eastern slope of western summit.

Pikes Peak from Thornton Heights, Manitou Park.

Returning from the summit, Pikes Peak.

Split rock on the Pike's Peak Trail.

Pike's Peak from Monument Park.

Summit of Pike's Peak. Perpetual Snow.

Castle Peak from R. R. [railroad] around Crystal Peak.

The Mountain House and Valley of the Lakes, from North Mt. High Peak and Round Top in the distance.

Prospect Peak, Green Lake.

Pike's Peak from Monument Park.

Pikes Peak Avenue at Pikes Peak.

Garden of the Gods. Five miles from Colorado Springs. (The Gateway, rocks 267 feet high, and Pike's Peak ten miles distant.)

Garden of the Gods. Five miles from Colorado Springs. (The Gateway, rocks 267 feet high, and Pike's Peak ten miles distant.)

Gateway and Pike's Peak, Garden of the Gods.

Packed for the peak.

View in Colorado, Pike's Peak in distance.

Pikes Peak, from the lake.

Gray's Peak from the summit of Glacier Mountain.

North from summit of Pikes Peak.

Cathedral Peak from Cathedral Lake.

Signal station, Pikes Peak.

Donner Lake, with Crested Peak and Mt. Lincoln in distance.

Pike's Peak.

Pikes Peak & the Antler's Colorado Springs.

Castle peak from railroad, above Donner Lake.

Manitou, Colorado. Pike's Peak in distance.

Pike's Peak from the Garden of the Gods.

Castle Peak and Yuba River, from Summit Valley. 102 miles from Sacramento.

View of the Peak Western, the second in height, looking west from "Excelsior" Peak.

Summit of Pike's Peak. The crater.

Prospect Peak, Green Lake.

Grey's Peak from gorge above Bakerville.

Sheltered falls, Pikes Peak trail.

Castle peak from railroad, above Donner Lake.

Gateway and Pike's Peak, Garden of the Gods.

Pikes Peak from Manitou Park.

The old hotel on first government trail up Pikes Peak.

Distant view of Mt. Dana and Cathedral Peak, Sierras Nevada Mts, Cal.

The cascade, Pikes Peak Trail.

Signal station, Pikes Peak.

The Mountain House and Valley of the Lakes, from North Mt. High Peak and Round Top in the distance.

U.S. Signal station, Pikes Peak.

Magog, Pikes Peak Trail.

View from Sunset Rock, near the Laurel House, looking towards the Peak.

On the Pike's Peak trail.

Magog, Pikes Peak Trail.

Road and rocks near Summit Tunnel, Donner Peak in dist.

Distant view of Mt. Dana and Cathedral Peak, Sierras Nevada Mts, Cal.

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