Very good information and a very good page on that! Photos would help a lot, but I understand that it's a pretty remote peak. Good job and good climbing to you!
Great pictures on an excellent page. It disturbs me, however, that you are posting pictures of Sopris, the most popular dog on SP. I thought that was Jon's privilege ;-)
Thanks for the vote. Actually the page is complete. Am I missing something besides summit log?
Thanks Nelson. Once again, when do you get that site up at Ouzel Lake? I never made it up there last week, ended up going back to the Gores with Andy and Jon.
Great page! We just returned from the Gores this weekend and can attest to its spectacular beauty. Nicely done.
Where in the Gores? You climb anything?
That's some nice collection of photos!!!
RPC-thanks for stoppng by and voting, cheers!
Jim, did you go to the Flattops with pops? How was it? Andy, Jon and i did N. Traverse, Skiers Point, Climbers Point and Mount Solitude from the Bighorn Creek Basin.
Thanks Alan, been out much lately?
Good job on getting all those peaks in! My head is spinning just thinking about trying to sort it all out on the maps.
Yes, I did go to the Flat Tops with my dad. Nice area. We drove 37 miles on the dirt and then did a twenty mile loop over three days. Didn't see another person the whole time. Climbed Big Marvine Peak, which is just about the center of the wilderness, on day two.
Awesome Page....You obviously put alot of work into it.
Not since Barry and I went to San Luis. I've been busy the last month moving into a new house. My next trip is Kit Carson. Looks like you've been getting out enough for the both of us.
Kane, you did a fantastic job. Few SP pages have inspired me to get out and climb a mountain that I've never heard of. The first was the Rio Grande Pyramid. This one is the 2nd. It is now on my list of "must climbs".
Incredible photos, btw.
I was in Vail a couple of weeks ago on a mountain biking trip. A couple of times I gazed up at the Gore Range and thought about scoping them out for a climb. Now I know just where to start.
Thanks for the great page Kane. My first trip report is logged here. How did I do? Keep up the good work and encouragement. Tim.