The color choice is HORRID. Try somthing else please!
I will raise my vote after you change the color scheme
How about Dallas Peak, Capitol, Thunder Pyramid, Peak T, Teakettle, Vestal, Arrow, etc.?
I voted 9 because I like the idea and the organization. I have nothing to add to this page because I'm a hiker, not a mountaineer, but I think it will be much better once the upper class of skilled/adventurous CO mountaineers weighs in with obscure/technical/long approach peaks, such as Scott's Outlaw Peak. Great idea for a page. Hopefully more folks will chime in.
Thanks for your comments. I think it will be interesting and hopefully I will get more ideas!
...definitely fits the category of arduous. Harder than any of the routes thus far listed.
Whats with the comment above? "I will raise my vote after you change the color scheme" SAD :(
Cool page,, Colorado's more difficult peaks are my favorite mountains!
Hey, I like the color change, its readable now, so I upped my vote.
It doesnt matter how good the page is, if it cant be read.
There's a road to the top, a train to the top, and a few other standard hiking routes less than 15 miles RT. Shouldn't the list be arduous via easiest way up? Otherwise, you can make any peak in the world arduous by choosing to start further away than necessary.
Great idea for a page! What about Independence Monument and West Pawnee Butte? Indy is easily one of the most iconic CO peaks and requires 5.9 climbing to reach the summit making it one of the more technical ranked summits in the state. West Pawnee is is short and remote but has the highest pucker-factor of any peak in the state I've climbed. Here are their SP pages...
PS - Having Pikes on here almost defeats the purpose of the page. It is far from a "badge of honor" for anybody who considers themselves a mountain climber.