Tomichi Dome

03 April
Categories : Mountain Ops
Posted by Scott Pressly

Tomichi Dome is a prominent feature seen from many vantage points along the Continental Divide at Monarch Mountain. The Dome rises to 11,471′ and lies to the west in the Gunnison River Valley. The Dome is an igneous formation known as a laccolith. The geothermal activity also fuels the nearby Waunita Hot Springs.

Tomichi Dome from Monarch
Tomichi Dome from the Gunnison Valley
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