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Tag Archives: Colorado Fourteenrs
Here’s an interesting tidbit from the proposal to charge for access to Colorado Fourteeners in the Sangre de Cristo mountains: Based on a study done by C. Keske and J. Loomis in 2006 and revised by G. Lohman (Colorado State … Continue reading
The Forest Service has begun a process to charge hikers and backpackers $10 per person, per trip to hike and $20 to camp, in heavily used South Colony Basin in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in Colorado. The is the … Continue reading
Here’s a rundown on plans to open the Fourteeners back up:
Private property access restrictions to Colorado Fourteeners made the front page of the New York Times on Sunday, Nov. 20, 2005.
Walter R. Borneman & Todd Caudle have a new book on Colorado Fourteeners:: 14,000 Feet: A Celebration of Colorado’s Highest Mountains.
The AP reports that four additional Colorado Fourteeners have been called off limits because of private property issues.
The Aspen Times reports Aron Ralston is the first climber to complete the Colorado fourteener winter solo project (by a count of 54, 59 or whatever). And he’s just the third climber to reach the top of all the fourteeners … Continue reading
Various newspapers including Arizona Central report that 28-year-old Harnish Gowans of Colorado Springs is seeking to be the first person to climb all 54 Colorado Fourteeners in the same calendar winter. His blog is on the Wild Snow website . … Continue reading