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I get my first view of the old mine site at the bottom of New York Mountain A little higher, I approach a face-like rock formation in the foreground at my leftThumbnailsThe eroding old mine site at the top of Keystone Canyon sits just a few hundred feet below the peak of New York MountainA little higher, I approach a face-like rock formation in the foreground at my leftThumbnailsThe eroding old mine site at the top of Keystone Canyon sits just a few hundred feet below the peak of New York MountainA little higher, I approach a face-like rock formation in the foreground at my leftThumbnailsThe eroding old mine site at the top of Keystone Canyon sits just a few hundred feet below the peak of New York MountainA little higher, I approach a face-like rock formation in the foreground at my leftThumbnailsThe eroding old mine site at the top of Keystone Canyon sits just a few hundred feet below the peak of New York MountainA little higher, I approach a face-like rock formation in the foreground at my leftThumbnailsThe eroding old mine site at the top of Keystone Canyon sits just a few hundred feet below the peak of New York Mountain

From here, it looks like a massive pile of earth.