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A category to locate and waymark named mountain gaps.
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This category is for named mountain gaps. All submissions should include a picture of the gap and include any signage that is present. All submissions will be verified via topzone or similiar website. Please provide the easiest access to the gap (trail name or road that traverses it). Only submissions of official "Gaps" (as indicated on topographical maps) will be accepted. Named mountain "Passes" do not qualify for this category. The group leader reserves the right to re-review all submissions.
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The Tejon Pass is used by Interstate 5, connecting Southern California with the Great Valley and beyond. At the top of the pass, I-5 is located on top of the San Andreas Fault. The above coordinates are for the sign.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member bluesnote

location: California

date approved: 3/9/2018

last visited: 12/29/2018

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