A well-done page, and it brings back memories of my own backpacking trip on this trail back in 2001, though those memories are not all good since I was plagued by bad blisters on both heels from day one.
Out of curiosity, though, I'd like to ask where you found the name Arrow Pass. I've never seen a name for it on topo maps or in area guides, even ones written by locals. I vaguely recall once seeing it labeled as "Burro Flats Pass," but that was years ago. Anyway, if you know the source, I'd love to know it; plus, I could update my recent page for Arrow Mountain, since I just mention the "10,895' pass" in it.
Thanks, and again, nice job on this page.
It is definitely called "Arrow Pass". Local climbers call it that. Local outfitters (including famous Clayton Voss/ "Lazy TX Outfitters) call it that. Locals I met in Dubois call it that. Even Charlie & Diane Winger (i.e. authors of various guidebooks for highpoints) refer to it as Arrow Pass. I don't believe it is on any map with a name.
I have never heard of any mention of "Burro Flat Pass".
This is one of the best route pages on SP. That mountain is now on the wish list.
You really put a lot into this page and it shows.