Thank you very much!
WOW, what a great, fun-looking mountain - fun looking that is until I read the description of the scare-fest that would be involved in climbing it!!!. Still, WOULD love to at least hike to the base of it and take a looksee in person. Thanks for posting another great page!
PS been inspired to get that "Rock Climbing CO" book by your page :)
Radek-I'm glad you stopped by. Thanks for the vote and kind words. Alan Ellis added the books. I'm hoping for a route addition as well. This system of contributions by several are what will truly maketheLizard Head page special. Of course this mountain would turn your crank-but I did not think of you at the time I submitted it. Alan is thinking of attempting it despite the loose rock. One day, you'll no longer be able to resist Colorado's beckoning and you'll just have to show up here and climb some stuff. Colorado's got lots of great tech climbs (it's been getting bashed on the CA message board lately).
Excellent page, it's great to see it on here!
Aaron, Great page...as usual. Oh by the way...thanks a lot...now I'm gonna have to climb it:)
Thanks, Jackie. I'm glad LH has attracted so much attention and support from the SP community. If you attempt it, I'll be rooting for you!
Excellent work, as always.
I was wondering if any first accent info was on the page—sure enough it is!
Excellent page... Cheers!
Great page. Cheers William
Awsome Aaron, I hope to get down there for this one in the spring.
Over 13 K and bad ass looking, sweet summit, will have to head down that way one day. Thanks for the great page and photos.