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Bob SihlerNice page...

Bob Sihler

Voted 10/10

...with good information and good writing. One correction, though-- "techical" in the second paragraph.
Posted Jan 24, 2007 3:26 pm

EleutherosThanks!

Eleutheros

Hasn't voted

I added an "n".
Posted Jan 24, 2007 6:09 pm

EleutherosRe: How Large?

Eleutheros

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To the west Fish lake wilderness covers all peaks to Richfield, UT and its local surroundings. To the east, all peaks to Capitol Reef National Park. If your range is west of that, feel free. Otherwise please do not author a new page. Please do not post a page on a peak you have not summited or visited.

-Eleutheros
Posted May 16, 2007 2:31 am

Garon CorizName Change Likely Warranted

Garon Coriz

Voted 1/10

I don't think there's such a place as "Fishlake Wilderness." There is the Fishlake National Forest, though. As for the region labeled as the "Fishlake Wilderness," I think it would be fair to call it the High Plateaus of Central Utah. There is the Fishlake Plateau, Thousand Lake Plateau, Awapa Plateau, and Aquarius Plateau. The Sevier Plateau and Wasatch Plateau are further removed from this central plateau region by distance and large changes in elevation so they likely shouldn't be included.
Posted Nov 6, 2017 4:11 pm

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