|The Mount Champion Quadrangle shows two closed, 13,200-foot contours near the summit of Point 13,212.
The northern summit has the given evelation of 13,212 feet, and the southern summit has no given
elevation, so extrapolates to 13,220 feet. With only the map to go by, one would have to assume
that the southern summit is higher. However, for this peak, we have definitive field measurments
that show the northern summit to be higher by a whopping 30 feet. Clearly there is a map error
in this case. Either the northern summit is missing a contour or the top contour on the southern
summit is spurious. Since the northern summit has a definitive, given elevation, we assume that
it is the lower, southern summit that has the map error. In any case, the northern summit is higher,
and we list this peak as Point 13,212.