Truchas Peak on the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range in the Rocky Mountains of Northern New Mexico. This mountain sits 13,000 feet above the Rio Grande and from here you can look north onto Taos. New Mexico. The name of the peak is from the Spanish word for “trout” (plural).
The entire mountain is a small north-south trending massif with four identifiable summits, North Truchas Peak, Middle Truchas Peak, and South Truchas Peak. For the full story on this image visit the corresponding page on Where Eagles Fly