- This hole in the rock is the namesake of the most popular route used for climbing a 14,259 foot high peak.
- This spot is located within a popular national park known for its many mountains.
- Just below this spot is a rocky area with multiple backcountry campsites commonly known as the Boulder Field.
- This route is extremely popular. It's estimated that 9,500 people reached the summit of this peak in 2005 and thousands more turn around at this hole in the rock each year.
- Located just below this spot is a beehive shaped rock shelter built in 1927 by the National Park Service. The structure was built as an emergency shelter after a number of deaths took place on this climbing route.
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