Blanca Peak
geographical name mountain 14,345 feet (4372 meters) S Colorado; highest in Sangre de Cristo Mountains

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  • Blanca Peak — Sisnaajiní (Navajo) View of Blanca Peak (left of center) from Mt. Lindsey …   Wikipedia

  • Blanca Peak —   [ blænkə piːk], markantester und höchster Berg (4 372 m über dem Meeresspiegel) der Sangre de Cristo Mountains, einer Teilkette der Rocky Mountains, in Südcolorado, USA. Der Blanca Peak ist eine doppelgipflige Vulkanruine und für die Indianer… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Blanca Peak — [blaŋ′kə] [Sp blanca, white (with snow)] highest peak of the Sangre de Cristo range, S Colo.: 14,317 ft (4,364 m) …   English World dictionary

  • Blanca Peak — Sp Blánkos kálnas Ap Blanca Peak L Sangre de Kristo klng., JAV (Koloradas) …   Pasaulio vietovardžiai. Internetinė duomenų bazė

  • Blanca Peak — Blan′ca Peak′ [[t]ˈblæŋ kə[/t]] n. geg a mountain in S Colorado: highest peak in the Sangre de Cristo Range. 14,390 ft. (4385 m) …   From formal English to slang

  • Blanca Peak — /blang keuh/ a mountain in S Colorado: highest peak in the Sangre de Cristo Range. 14,390 ft. (4385 m). * * * …   Universalium

  • Blanca Peak — /blang keuh/ a mountain in S Colorado: highest peak in the Sangre de Cristo Range. 14,390 ft. (4385 m) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Sierra Blanca Peak — geographical name mountain 12,003 feet (3658 meters) S central New Mexico in Sierra Blanca Range of the Sacramento Mountains …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Blanca, Cordillera — ▪ mountains, Peru       eastern section of the Cordillera Occidental of the Andes, in west central Peru, South America. The snowcapped range extends about 110 mi (180 km) and has a southeast to northwest trend. The highest peak (22,334 ft [6,768… …   Universalium

  • Sierra Blanca — Infobox Mountain Name = Sierra Blanca Peak Photo = Sierra Blanca and electricity pole.jpg Caption = Elevation = convert|12005|ft|m|0This is the new NAVD88 elevation, superseding the old elevation of convert|11973|ft|m|0. See the peaklist… …   Wikipedia

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