Thanks for posting this nice page. I think it will be appreciated by SPers visiting Colorado Springs and having a few hours to relax and enjoy the scenery. The page is well structured and complete.
A few minor details:
In the main page:
you may want to turn the weather URLs into hyperlinks.
it's -> its (when it's a possessive)
In the route page:
Keep a tight reign -> Keep a tight rein
Class I -> Class 1
Very nice. It's nice to have some low-key mountains on SP, especially in a state so loaded with big ones.
I take it you recently moved here from the Mid-Atlantic? Welcome! That was me a year ago (I spent many days climbing at Sugarloaf and other Maryland-area crags). I've come a long way since...
I do miss Sugarloaf, as well as biking the C & O Canal, but as you can tell I'm getting over it. Other than a lot of good friends, clients and the Outer Banks, there is not much else that I miss from the Washington, DC area. I'll take Colorado Springs any day!
Great page on one of CO's great little peaks! Have a good one!
Great page! It's good to see more pages for Colorado Springs' local mountains. Don't forget to add the latitude/longitude coordinates.
I've climbed Mt Cutler several times, and it's nice to see a summit post page to give this little mountain some attention. Thanks for submitting!
Great page. I must have overlooked voting on this one before. I have read a few books that say you can find wild orchids along the Mt. Cutler trail. Anyone see any so far?