Good work. Cheers William
Try to add some photos.
Much better. I didn't think this mountain would ever get adopted and fixed up. Thanks. In the red tape section it would be nice to say how a permit is aquired and how much it costs. I'll give the page another star when you upload some photos.
12/4/03 - done and done
Andy, please revisit the Split Mountain page and change your vote of zero stars. I have adopted the page and have rewritten all the information. Pictures will be posted shortly.
I finally added some really good photos (but only a few). Let me know what you think.
Nice changes and route description. Pictures made a nice difference. Thanks for taking this page on. Tough duty!
Thanks for the info. I'm cheap and look for route info here at SP. I should probably break down and buy some books now that I'm probably here in Utah to stay.
I finally added some really good photos (but only a few). I will have to find a program to add a map in the future.
Great work as always!
First mountain at the east end of the Uintas.
Green river flows around this and provides good scenery. Go the west end of the range and check out Reids Peak too.
Another nice one.
Good work. I had a heinous time on this one a few years back and it's good to see it here.
Which route did you use, by chance? The one described is fairly easy, but other routes would be tough.
Scott - the route I took was the St. Jean couloir, and it probably would have been a fun climb had it not been so badly out of season. Basically I was climbing wet rock, scree, slush, snow, and ice with periodic rockfall thudding down upon me - in a word, it sucked. Still it was my own damned fault for not getting in early and getting a look. Great peak and summit, though - you been up there?
LOL... I just realized I was talking about the wrong Split Mountain - the one I was remembering was the one in California! Well, your page is really good anyway, so I don't regret the vote. Take care.
Thanks. If you are ever looking for spectacular peaks that no one ever climbs, head out to Dinosaur. I have never seen even one person on any of the peaks or in any of the canyons on my many trips there.