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By Justin Johnsen
From: Sacramento, CA
Jan 28, 2014
The summit you described looks like it's called "Emerald Point" in Mike Carville's Tahoe guide.
On the USGS topo(graphic) maps, Jake's Peak is a lot further north, the next major summit past Emerald Point.
I was drooling over that summit every time I went up Eagle Creek last summer, can't wait to check it out in person.
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