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csmcgranahanGreat!

csmcgranahan

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I'm glad to see the Wet Mountains finally get a page. I can see most of the range from my bedroom window in northeast Colorado Springs. I summited both Charles Peak and Curley Peak in May of 2007. I don't have many good pics but I'll see if any are worth posting.
Posted Jan 5, 2010 3:06 pm

Sarah SimonRe: Great!

Sarah Simon

Hasn't voted

Thanks for the note, CSMac. If you can contribute - especially a Charles or Curly mountain page - it would really add to this area/range page.

I can't wait to explore more of the Wet Mountains!

Hope you're having a great climbing winter,

Sarah
Posted Jan 10, 2010 9:15 pm

paulmedvedWet Mountain Trailheads

paulmedved

Voted 10/10

Just signed up to summitpost.org. Great information and love the page on the Wet Mountains. I grew up near Scraggy Peaks and climbed nearly every peak and mountain in the range when I was younger. But, I'm wondering if there is any information on trailheads in the Wet Mountains beyond the few that are listed as routes to the peaks? I haven't been able to locate a list on the site, or anything under 'Trailheads'. Just wondered if I was looking in the wrong place. In any event, great information!
Posted Dec 15, 2012 6:24 pm

Sarah SimonRe: Wet Mountain Trailheads

Sarah Simon

Hasn't voted

Hi paulmedved,

Currently, the only trailhead information you mentioned is included within the Mountain/Rock pages I've built out for peaks in this range.

I encourage YOU to contribute by building out the trailhead pages! This would be a great place to start for someone who just joined SP. I would welcome the contribution! Remember, you don't even need a comprehensive list right off the bat, you can just start by building trailhead pages for the TH's you're familiar with.

Let me know if you have questions on page design/layout - I'm always happy to help.

Welcome to SP!

Sarah
Posted Dec 16, 2012 7:39 pm

paulmedvedRe: Wet Mountain Trailheads

paulmedved

Voted 10/10

Sarah,

Previously I had inquired about Wet Mountain trailheads on Summitpost. You mentioned that there weren't many and encouraged me to build my own pages. I have built two pages, but before I get too far, I was wondering if you would be willing to give me feedback? I just want to make sure I'm not missing something obvious having never done this before. The trailheads include Tanner Trail and Beaver Creek Loop. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

Paul
Posted Feb 15, 2013 10:48 pm

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