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Elevation in meters
Tim Ross, Steve Boyd, Peter Fritsch
Liebre Mtn: N slope, between Horse Camp Canyon and Robinson Canyon; Liebre Mtn 7.5' USGS Quadrangle
Timothy S. Ross, Steve Boyd, Orlando Mistretta, Peter W. Fritsch
Ridgetop to the W of Crystal Lake [ridge descending SSW from Mt. Islip]
Timothy S. Ross, Steve Boyd, Peter Fritsch
Upper Big Tujunga Canyon: Ridge and slopes descending +/- ENE from THORN (Triangulation Point 5499-ft) toward Big Tujunga Creek (about 0.6-1.6 air miles ENE of Barley Flats).
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