Talk:Blanca Peak

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Recent revert re: Poncha Pass[edit]

I reinstated the bit about Poncha Pass, since it's correct. Note that it does not say that Blanca is separated by only Poncha Pass from the Sawatch Range. The point is that this statement, in context, is to clarify the reason for the large topographic prominence of Blanca; if you are confused about this you should take a look at that page or ask about it here. Thanks-- Spireguy 02:03, 23 June 2007 (UTC)