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Voted 10/10

Good info for high pointers. Just a note: about 5ft below the summit of Blanca peak is the Heufano(sp?) CoHP.
Posted Jun 23, 2009 10:08 am

RedwicRe: Thanks


Hasn't voted

I got that Blanca Peak information from the cohp.org website. I'll rephrase the wording a little bit, so as not to have conflicting data (i.e. 5' vs. 100' away from summit).

And thanks for the "thanks". I thought it might be helpful to have this information organized on a single page for viewing (and planning). I am a big fan of reaching multiple summits during singular trips, whether they be county highpoint trips, regular peakbagging trips, and/or State Highpointing trips.
Posted Jun 23, 2009 3:17 pm

surgentGood info


Voted 10/10

I've missed out on some cohps when I was not aware of nearby opportunities. Good list. In VA: the Fauquier cohp is very near the Clarke/Loudoun spots and can all be done in a matter fo a couple hours, mostly mountain road driving. The maps for Fauquier are in error, apparently.

Let's not forget the most famous two-fer of them all, Mt Everest!
Posted Jun 25, 2009 2:55 pm

davebobk47Re: Good info


Voted 10/10

Yes, I'm glad I found this when I did before I missed out on too many. It funny though how HPs can look close on a map but aren't. I remember hitting Valencia CoHP, NM and it took a lot longer than I expected for a 1.5mi detour.
Posted Jun 25, 2009 10:23 pm



Voted 10/10

This is a wonderful collection of information. I'm not a high pointer but I can see that this list will help a lot of people. I can only imagine how long it took to put all those tables together using html.
Posted Jul 3, 2009 10:17 pm

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