1. Oquirth Mountains is really Oquirrh ("Oak-er") Mountains on the page and in the photo captions. Don't ask me where they (map makers) got that spelling!
2. Perhaps mention that this is really a sub peak/ridge of Big Beacon/Mt. Wire rather than a seperate mountain.
3. "Addition Information" looks a bit screwy on my computer. Perhaps eliminate some spaces to make it a text block?
Other than that it looks good. Too bad it wasn't sunny for you.
Thanks Scott. However, Red Butte really wasn't a ridge of Big Beacon/Mt. Wire. It was far separated from Mount Wire, and there was no connecting ridge to speak of. I will make the changes.
However, Red Butte really wasn't a ridge of Big Beacon/Mt. Wire. It was far separated from Mount Wire, and there was no connecting ridge to speak of.
Hmmmm, hate to disagree, but actually it is, in fact it is part of the second most popular route to Mount Wire-the Georges Hollow loop route.
The summit of Red Butte is actually the northern most closed 6600 foot contour. There is only a 20 foot saddle between Red Butte and the northwest ridge of Mount Wire, and Red Butte is part of that ridge. See the map (the x is the summit of Red Butte):