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The Maroon Bells.

Named after their distinctive maroon colour, the Maroon Bells are iconic peaks in the Elk Mountains of Colorado, USA. The Bells were formed by glacial action on sedimentary mudstone deposits. The tallest, Maroon Peak, at 14,163 feet, (4,317m), is the 27th highest peak in Colorado.

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