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hgrapidGood start, HOWEVER

hgrapid

Hasn't voted

Put the mountain in the Western Hemisphere.
112.79900°E is the incorrect longitude.
It should be -112.79900

Thanks.
Posted Sep 3, 2006 6:01 pm

Bob SihlerRe: Good start, HOWEVER

Bob Sihler

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Thanks for pointing out that oversight-- it's fixed now. Hopefully, there aren't any idiots running off to the wrong side of the world to climb this mountain.
Posted Sep 4, 2006 6:07 am

vvujisicCongratulations

vvujisic

Voted 10/10

for this beautiful page! Really, beautiful photos!
Posted Sep 3, 2006 10:31 pm

Bob SihlerRe: Congratulations

Bob Sihler

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Thank you-- I appreciate your positive feedback even more so after looking at your profile page and seeing all the experience you obviously have.
Posted Sep 4, 2006 6:06 am

SaintgrizzlyExceptional page! !

Saintgrizzly

Voted 10/10

Well done (actually, VERY well done)--good to see this one on SP! You spent time on both the writing and photos, and it shows....
Posted Sep 6, 2006 5:07 pm

Bob SihlerRe: Exceptional page! !

Bob Sihler

Hasn't voted

Again, thank you very much for the positive feedback. After Great Northern Mountain's initial posting, I consider a submission at least decent if you don't catch some big error in it.
Posted Sep 9, 2006 2:42 am

Jerry LComment

Jerry L

Voted 10/10

I camped in this area last time out. Really nice place where we saw huge herds of Elk in the high country.

Also, last sentence in the Red Tape section does't make sense to me ??
Posted Sep 7, 2006 11:50 pm

Bob Sihlerre: comment

Bob Sihler

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I'm glad you enjoyed the area as much as everyone else seems to. Regarding the Red Tape, the list following the colon identifies the four national forests that have territory in the Bob.
Posted Sep 9, 2006 2:14 am

Bob SihlerRe: re: comment

Bob Sihler

Hasn't voted

My fault-- I thought your comment pertained to a different page, and that answer will make no sense considering your remark. What I meant on the Rocky Mountain page is that there is a certain protocol one should know and follow when travelling in bear country, especially grizzly country, and that if one doesn't know it just from my mentioning that, he or she should learn it before heading out there. It's better for the traveller and for the bears, too many of which get shot because of stupid people.
Posted Sep 9, 2006 2:27 am

SethP2343The Climb

SethP2343

Voted 10/10

Rocky Mountain is an excellent climb! The part that makes it a little more interesting is that you use Headquarters Pass Trail all the way until the pass itself, then you free climb it the rest of the way. Way fun and totally rewarding from the top with the views of Old Baldy, Mount Wright, and even a bit of the Chinese Wall.
Posted Aug 9, 2008 1:39 am

Bob SihlerRe: The Climb

Bob Sihler

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As you get more and more into climbing peaks, you'll find that most don't have trails to the top and will come to prefer it that way. Rocky Mountain is a nice introduction to off-trail peakbagging!
Posted Aug 9, 2008 1:47 pm

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