Scott- Thanks for the nice comments- didn't mean to swipe this one from you- I was surprised that it wasn't taken and it's a very cool formation. If you have photos- please contribute to the overview or approach as this was pre-digital camera days for me and I know my photos are so-so. Thanks!
I don't have the photos yet as we are actually planning to climb it January 28. I haven't climbed it yet!
Nice job on the page. I really don't need any more pages, so don't worry about any swiping. Thanks for the info.
Pretty cool tower. There was a climbing calendar that came out for years having this as their logo.
Your recent submission have been great. I hope to see many more.
Looks like a fun area to climb. Nice page.
Nice page! I'd say add the technical routes, but you've already incorporated them into the main text. Any chance we can get a nice photo to go along with the route topos?
Outstanding page Sean!
Great topo too on this beautiful-looking peak. Keep up the great submissions to SP.
Now my only question would be: why six-shooter? Does it look like one from some angle?
North Six Shooter looks the most like a gun with the long barrel pointing toward the sky. South SIx Shooter does also, but less so, with a shorter barrel. Thanks for the look and the JPG tips on the other page- appreciate it. Many of my photos are older, from a time when I used a 35mm and the hard drive space cost so much that I used higher compression rates. Things have changed!
Good one Sean. I enjoy those tidbits of history you include in many of your pages.
A 5.6 route, eh? - a tower I may actually be able to climb :)
That's exactly how I felt when I climbed it then- thanks for the look!