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    1. The Arch
    2. The Stratosphere in Vegas
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    WTC, Empire State, and the arch
    oh, forgot about the Space Needle. Not as high as the others, but the spinning around is cool so it warrants a mention
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    I've been to both the Serious Tower and the Giant Hancock Building. That's what the boys called them when they were small. I guess it's what they thought we were saying.
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    I live a pretty sheltered life, I think the tallest building I've been to is some hotel in Nashville, at 35 stories.

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    Dang, plumb near forgot......highest I've been ?

    How about Logan Pass, Glacier National Park at 9500 feet of elevation or 7.0 times as high as the WTC, 6.5 times the Sears Tower.

    Here's a pic of Hidden Lake at about 6500 ft from the Pass. For what it is worth, the previous night we camped Hidden Lake, then hiked the switchbacks up to Logan Pass, anbout 6.5 miles of trail rising 3000 feet of elevation and absolutely brutal on your calves and back hauling 40lbs of gear, food and water.

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