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|If it's fresh in your mind....where is it? I'll be more than happy to change my vote if you put something substantial on here.|
|Posted Jul 7, 2010 9:35 pm|
|Bubba Suess||Re: What Route?|
|I second this. Perhaps you might delete the page, build on a word processor and then reboot it when you are done...|
|Posted Jul 7, 2010 10:16 pm|
|accidently pressed "enter" earlier. Its still a work in progress, but I put up most of the information now.|
|Posted Jul 7, 2010 10:57 pm|
|Sarah Simon||Re: Yep|
Quick note: In your opening lines you mention that you're not sure if this mtn has a page yet or not... A quick way to check, if you're confident of the elevation or at least a narrow elevation range, is to >> pull up Mountains & Rocks, >> Filter where State = Colorado, then >> Sort by elevation.
Looks like you did well and submitted a peak not yet on SP, but in the future executing the above search can save you some headache in accidentally double-posting an existing peak. This is easy to do for an un-named or officially named peak or one that has recently had its elevation re-estimated by USGS.
|Posted Jul 8, 2010 10:41 am|
|I did just about everything except what you suggested. This isn't the most popular peak in the state, but its definately one that has been climbed quite a bit, so I was surprised it didn't have a page.|
|Posted Jul 8, 2010 12:27 pm|