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Elevation: 4100' (1249m)
Officially trailled
Location: N44.1139 W73.8504 (WGS84)
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Sawteeth is a bunch of bumps, part of which reaches over 4000 feet, between Lower Ausable Lake and the main line of the Great Range. There are many good viewpoints as one ascends the trail over Sawteeth, including some nice views of the impressive slide faces on Basin and Gothics.

Andrew's climb logs of Sawteeth: [Oct 5, 1996], [Dec 31, 2006]

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