I know you are still constructing this one but I had thought that this would make a great SP page. The La Sal range is indeed special.
Thanks. The page is finished now if you want to see it.
looking forward to the finished product.
Nice job! & thanks for including my Priest shot on your page - appreciate the honor!
Scott, exceptional page and a group of interest to me, thanks.
Scott, very nice job here.
One thing: there is weather available from about 11,500' on Pre-Laurel Peak. The Manti-La Sal Avalanche Center maintains a portable tower up there. In the past it was sometimes up year-round, sometimes just in the winter. Due to the nature of the site & the difficulty accessing it the data can be intermittent, but it's quite valuable nonetheless.
You can access the data from the MLSAC web page or through the Mesowest.
Thanks. I'll have to look it up.
I do know of a SNOTEL site at 9500 feet, but the data is so sporatic from day to day that I didn't link it to the page:
I'll look at the MLSAC. Thanks for the tip.
So green and everything, I really gotta convince my Family to go down south now, We've never ever been down south to the National Parks before.
I'm thinking (eagerly) of flying out here from New Hampshire to climb Tukuhnikivatz this winter. Any suggestions on how to get from the Moab airport to the trailhead?
This is the best route in winter and the winter directions are on the page.