It's good to see more and more prominence-based lists here at SummitPost! Will you follow up with New Mexico and Nevada? -Bob
Nice page Scott. Looking forward to your NM and NV pages.
Interesting to see that the P2000s seem to be much more likely than the
Not sure if I'll do a Nevada P2K page - that's a huge list. On the other hand, maybe a NM page might be a good idea. The AZ page was created because I wanted to collect the info onto one page, and motivate myself (and perhaps others) to go get a few of them. A lot still have no SP pages!
We'll NM would be a good addition. Looks like Bob now has a 50% success rate when volunteering you for more work. :-)
Really though, I think these pages are great. As I've said before, the prominence websites have been lacking in having a central place to go for info on the more obscure peaks so this page as well as the one the Oregonians have put up plus Klenke's page are fantastic additions. That's 3 of 11 Western states and NM if it comes to fruition would make 4.
I most certainly agree. I may do one for NM in the near future, once I have this AZ page up to my liking. I know there are some NM climbers on SP who probably are better qualified for setting up a NM-Prom page, but if no one steps forward, I may do it myself.
Great info and motivational for sure. Excellent concept.
I belive that Baldy Peak has two point of prominence and that is why there is not a number 6 on the list, but on the map there is a green square for five and six. Am I missing it?
#5 is Miller Peak, with 5,000+ feet - an Ultra Peak. Thanks for catching the goof - I had it in the html, but a missing quote sign messed that entry up. I fixed it and it should appear normally, now.
no problem, I only picked it up because I was looking at the ones most accessible from Central New Mexico. Great job.
Not just on the page, but kudos to everyone who's put their time and effort into making SP pages for all these great mountains. Only a handful of the Arizona P2Ks lack SP pages. And great work on the page itself, surgent.
Thanks!. Some of those lacking pages may be private or have other sensitive access issues.
Makes sense. I have not climbed the mountain myself, but Pinnacle Ridge, judging by all the ascents listed on Peakbagger, does not appear to have any access concerns. Do you have any info on this one?
Pinnacle Ridge is remote and extremely brushy. I bailed on my first attempt. The summit is a rock pinnacle, short class 3-4 with exposure. Those factors combined make it low on most people's list. I hope to get it this Fall.
I can understand why no one would want to climb that. Well, good luck this fall!