I know it's still under construction, but it's great to see a prominent hole in SP finally filled. Great!
A few comments: As far as I can tell, Parry is part of the James Peak Wilderness and thus various red tape applies. There's a thread on the subject on the Rockies forum.
It looks like you've got a duplicate photo of the summit. Also, why is it that your photos are so small? I've been enjoying your photos since they started appearing a few months ago. They are generally pretty good, but could be improved by making them a bit larger and playing with the contrast and brightness a bit. Just a suggestion.
oops, you seem to have caught the duplicate photo
I'm skiing at Winter Park tomorrow. I'll try to get a picture from the top of the Timberline Lift at Mary Jane if it's a clear day.
Nice, well-written page. Thanks for posting!
Very nice peak! Good post.
Great addition; well-done!
Great page! I saw this peak when I was out there and it's beautiful like the rest of Colorado's Front Range. Nice work and have a good one!
A very good page! I wonder what kind of person you must be to name a peak after yourself. Parry certainly didn't lack self etseem!
Nice page! I still haven't gotten up Parry after multiple attempts... I think I'll have to try it sometime other then in the december-march time frame... Cheers.
Good writeup for an important peak.
I think you may want to point out that the road to loch lomond from the town of Alice is not actually loch lomond road, but rather Stewart. I didn't see this on the page, although I may have missed it. I made the mistake of thinking that loch lomond road lead to loch lomond, only to waste 30 minutes finding the correct road. Cheers