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Thanks for the correction. It does seem that the 14,336 ft figure is more likely to be correct. The GNIS gives 14,334, and the 1:250K topo map gives 14,336. I found at least one source specifically claiming that the 1:24K topo map, with 14,361, is in error. There does not seem to be an NGS control point on the top, so I couldn't use that to confirm one way or the other. -- Spireguy 03:13, 18 September 2006 (UTC)