It looks good!
Hey, isn't this Point 11,108? Hee hee.
beautiful photos and good info about the place.
i'm not so familiar with the area, so i think it would be great if you could add a "getting there" section.
Edit: Now I know how to get there :-)
Nice and very informative page!
Beautiful page! It somehow reminds me of the Corsican and Sardinian Tafoni structures, which are far more bizarre, however. But the same red granite colour. See here
Awesome.... what a peak!
So "UN" it is! That does have a nice ring. Great page and photos. Hope to visit the area one of these days.
Very nice page! Excellent photos on this very remote summit!
I thought Nader's use of UN was good for consistency. Looks good here, too. AWESOME photos, great writing, as usual. You have become SP's LCW Ambassador. Well done! Be sure to sign the summit log-you'll probably be the only one for some time!
This LCW is a wonderful area that I hope to visit sooner or later. Great pictures and detailed information make this page a very useful resource. Thanks for posting!
My usual proofreading report.
In the summary box, the elevation is given as 11,108 ft instead of 11,180.
Locating information or any route beta for this area is almost nonexistant -> Information or any route beta for this area is almost nonexistent
its proximity from Denver Colorado is only two hours -> it is only two hours from Denver, Colorado
a myriad of formation and configuration -> a myriad of formations and configurations
Excellent, looks familiar. Is that the peak to the north of McCurdy Peak?