Re: Peaks in SW Colorado
Amick Robert (amick@SPOT.COLORADO.EDU)
Mon, 7 Oct 1996 14:23:41 -0600
Check out the Colorado Mountain Club Home page, and/or call their Denver
Club Office. They have a guidebook to 14'ers and routes as well as local
resources and contacts. You might also check with triple A on some of the
Colorado Getaways video tapes and travel guidebooks on that part of the
state. If you need to talk with Scouters who have taken treks in that
area, let me know; one of our Advisors is a physician and a mountaineer
and could give you some good advice and references.
Bob Amick, Explorer Advisor, High Adventure Explorer Post 72, Boulder, CO
On Sun, 6 Oct 1996, JASON CRUSE wrote:
> Our lodge's "where to go camping book" lists an adventurous 8 day trek in
> SW Colorado, wherein the troop will hike 6 "14ers" in 8 days. All are
> day hikes, but this is still no mean feat.
> I am having difficulty locating someone who is familiar with this area
> and these peaks, so we can get more detailed information about the
> terrain and such. Can anyone on the list help or give me a snailmail
> address of someone who can?
> -- Jason A. Cruse
> University of Denver
> (303) 321-4970
> FAX 321-4947
> "Toujours en avant. Si Dieu avait voulu que l'homme reculat, il lui
> aurait mis un oeil derriere la tete."
> -Victor Hugo
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