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What is K9? - K9 on the map

by: Julius-K9 USA

Did you know that the expression K9 can also be found on the map?

K9 peak

K9 is an unofficially-named peak located within the Alpine Lakes Wilderness of Washington State. K9 is an unofficially-named peak located within the Alpine Lakes Wilderness of Washington State. The peak stands adjacent to the popular Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) and is considered to be non-technical, yet receives few summit parties each year. The most popular timeframe to attempt the peak is during Summer and Autumn months, although Winter and Spring ascents are possible.The summit offers 360-Degree views from its open rocky top. Hike southeast along Tunnel Creek Trail. A great view of the north face of K9 can be seen several times, early during the ascent.

http://www.summitpost.org/k9/867319

K-9 highway

K-9 is a state highway in the U.S. state of Kansas. The highway goes east–west through Kansas. It has its western terminus south of Dresden at an intersection with K-123 and an eastern terminus at its junction with U.S. Route 73 near Lancaster.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K-9_(Kansas_highway)

Julius-K9® does not exclusively owns the K9 Trademark in all classifications.

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