Thanks for your vote Andy. It'a a very interesting area and mountain.
Great page. A 5 star page. I enjoyed reading the extensive text.
Kane, thanks for the vote. You are right I did have to much BOLD text. So I removed some.
great job. looks like this peak would be kinda boring except for the controversy. very interesting page.
Thanks colorado for your vote. You have a very unique name.
Great job. Thanks for doing the research!
Jim thanks for your vote. I spent three months putting this mountain together.
Lots of info. Good job.
thanks for your vote.
Excellent page with lots of good information. It is a true shame that this peak is owned by someone and has closed access. The good news is that you can get on a CMC climb eventually, and the owners might someday change their minds (or the ranch change hands). I am supposed to be leading one of the CMC trips for 2003, I will hopefully get some more good photos to post to your site!
peakwolf, thanks for your vote. Wait a couple of years and the rules will change for this peak. Changes are part of its history.
I understand you are a CMC trip leader, maybe someday we will meet on a trip.
Hope so! I usually do stuff with the Denver group, occasionally Boulder. I am going to lead (and go on) some spring peak skis the year. I hope the snowpack is good enough that we have a spring ski season!
Awesome job with the history! Happy to see the lottery info posted. I guess that I have another reason to join the CMC.
big g, thanks for the vote. There is more to the CMC than just Culebra. I had the same attitude as you untill I joined the CMC a couple of years ago (due to I won a spot for Culebra). It's an excellent organization, and I've had the pleasure of meeting many fellow hikers through them.
thanks for spending the time to vote.
Thanks for your vote Matt.
Excellent page. Tons of info. Sad story!
Sharon, thanks for spending the time to read about Culebra Peak.
Oh-yah, thanks for the vote.
What a great page on the saddest mountain in Colorado. Your well researched and well written history is riviting if disturbing. May no other mountain suffer the fate of Culebra. Thank you sir.