Snowmass Mountain Comments
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|Interesting formatting. Looks good. By the way, thanks for taking the time to vote on my pages. See ya!|
|Posted Aug 18, 2002 3:35 pm|
|Aaron Johnson||Untitled Comment|
|Excellent job on the text and photos of this page. Four summit entries-wow. The mountain really is more remote than I thought-and I've climbed it! This page is well done, and should entice those considering climbing this mountain.|
|Posted Sep 9, 2002 8:30 pm|
|Alan Ellis||Untitled Comment|
|Could you add the Forest Service information if applicable?|
|Posted Apr 10, 2003 5:29 am|
|Good page but could use a brief overview of conditions, high season, etc.|
|Posted Sep 29, 2003 6:54 pm|
|Posted Jun 28, 2004 10:09 pm|
|Brad Snider||Untitled Comment|
|Very nice! Can't wait to see it in person!|
|Posted Oct 5, 2004 4:31 am|
|Great job Steven.|
|Posted Nov 30, 2004 9:14 am|
|Larry V||Untitled Comment|
|Great peak page. This is one of the best on SP, and keeps getting better.|
|Posted Jan 9, 2005 9:08 pm|
|The Lower Marmot||Untitled Comment|
|Posted Feb 12, 2005 11:14 pm|
|Scott||Can be seen from road|
|Snowmass cannot be seen from any roads or towns.|
Snowmass can actually be seen rather clearly, albeit from a distance, from Highway 13 when travelling south Meeker to Rifle.
Both Capitol and Snowmass can be seen clearly just after crossing Rio Blanco Hill. I sent Gerry Roach this information with a photo, but it was too late to get the information in the guidebook.
The thin ridge leading to Capital Peak is very impressive.
As a minor correction, this should be Capitol Peak, rather than Capital Peak. The mountain was actually named for the Capitol Building in Washington DC.
|Posted Jun 27, 2014 10:11 am|