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  A 'bump on a Ridge' in New Hampshire Mountain Range Becomes Significant Namesake
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Last EditedMr. Techno  Jun 14, 2003 05:06pm
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News DateSaturday, June 14, 2003 06:00:00 AM UTC0:0
DescriptionMOUNT CLAY, N.H. (AP) - A peak that New Hampshire is naming for Ronald Reagan is one of the tallest in the White Mountain Range, at 5,553 feet, but it isn't exactly a popular hiking destination.

The rocky summit doesn't even bulge high enough over its supporting treeless ridge to be a distinctive peak, according to the Appalachian Mountain Club, which doesn't include it on its list of peaks over 4,000 feet.
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