Any idea why is it called Prisoner Peak? Perhaps its easy to get cliffed out from the summit?
I assume the lack of Topozone coordiantes is in spirit of the no-topo map idea?
Thanks for the vote Scott. I have no idea why its called Prisoner Peak. But it does sound cool, just like Peak L being called "Necklace Peak." No Topos!!!
I love the name and would also like to know how the peak is "The Prisoner!" (I loved that show from the 60s, long before you were born!). Great photos, just enough info to add to the mystery of the obscurity. A beautiful mountain indeed, one that I would love to climb, but the distance and the required camping rule that out for me.
Well, if you don't ever make it up there then at least you know what it looks like. My Peak R and L pages will be fun. Both peaks are as stunning as Q. Thanks for the vote Aaron.
Exceptional to say the least. Good Job. Thanks for the fun trip. I am glad I got to spend time on "Prisoner Peak".
Thanks for the vote Jon. Looks like you made Peak W? I bet that one was nice. Thanks for the good photo additions.
Very, very nice!
Excellent page Kane and congrats to all three of you for your ascent of Peak Q! Looks like an awesome climb. Take care!
Keep up the Gore work!
Thansk for the vote Nelson. How was your trip down there to the Crusty Butt area?
Great page for a captivating mountain. Great pictures. Is it allowed to leave the bike at the trailhead?
One small detail in the route page:
carined -> cairned
Thanks for the vote Fabio. As for the bike, I'm not sure if it's ok but it's easy to find a good spot somewhere off the trail out of sight.
Great photos and a good page!
Awesome photos, and a stately mountain indeed.
Another great Gore page!