July 8, 2002: st_mary, thanks for adopting this page and doing a great job updating it! If you reply to the other peoples' votes, they will come back and improve their votes. You should care, because if the page rating stays below 3 stars, it'll go up for adoption automatically.
Sorry it took me so long to update my vote. Nice page!
I made some improvements to the page. Your comments and suggestions are appreciated. Alan
Definately a big improvement. More details as to route and times elevation gains ect will make this a stellar page. Nearest airport points of departure. Keep up the good work.
Great to see an improvement in this mountains page. Good work!
March 10, 2003-Sunlight needs some loving care. Randy is the man. Thanks for doing this Randy and good luck!
Thanks for adopting. Alan
Right on, Good page. Yes some history of the peak would be nice. You have some great pictures and your writing style compels enthusiasm from others. You have made this peak quite attractive. Thank you for taking the time and Effort to put all of this together !!!
Nice work. Page looks good.
One minor detail-there are more than 3 14'ers in the San Juans (Wilsons, Sneffels, El Diente, Red Cloud, Handies, Sunlight, San Luis). It is one of 3 14'ers in the Needle Mountains.
Nice page, I think you covered everything. I suppose it is possible to climb Sunlight Peak in any season of the year, but a winter climb would not be feasible or even considered by most sane people. I wonder if it has been done.
What an awesome peak. I really like the looks of Sunlight Spire.