Nicely redone. This is an excellent contribution!
Great job repairing this page!
Mt. Lemmon is also one of the 57 peaks in the continental USA that is considered and "ultra" due to the fact that it has over 5000 feet of prominence. See here:
Also, when I was up there, there seemed to be a locked gate that indicated they didn't want hikers up there near the buildings.
I found a way but is access limited? Please comment on this.
Dean, thanks for checking out the page. I'm not sure if you're technically "allowed" to the complex inside the fence, though I certainly know a few people who've gone there, and at times the gates are open and unmanned, which would seem to indicate that it's not a problem. I've been in there and certainly seen folks that didn't give a damn that I was there. Due to the flat nature of the summit area it's a little difficult to tell exactly where the summit is; the benchmark itself is outside the fence, north of the fence surrounding the big observatory if I remember correctly.
The page is a million times better now. You have done well for Mount Lemmon!
Appreciate it - always good to have all the work noticed!
hey, thanks for taking over the page from that azmountainboy guy or whomever he was....Lemmon deserved more than that poor grammar, spelling, paucity of good info.....good luck on your future climbs
Thank you! Nice to see folks checking the new page out....