13,300 B true summit?

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juddson
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13,300 B true summit?

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Yesterday I was on 13,300 B and wasn’t convinced the summit was the true summit. The point to the north was playing tricks on me. With LiDAR data has anyone seen or know if the summit or elevation has changed?
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Re: 13,300 B true summit?

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The southern summit of 13,300 B is higher. That said, when in doubt hit all summit candidates to make sure you got the right one. :)
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Re: 13,300 B true summit?

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supranihilest wrote: Sun Sep 18, 2022 7:54 pm That said, when in doubt hit all summit candidates to make sure you got the right one. :)
Definitely the best policy if in doubt, about which point is higher on any peak.
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Re: 13,300 B true summit?

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That peak has had the additional confusion of being slightly mislabeled on Bill’s map until a couple of months ago: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=61785
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