By CMC Conservation Director Julie Mach Have you hiked the Decalibron? Did you know you that you were surrounded by private property? Did you know what is public land and what is not? Did you know that if you enter … Continued
Classic pre-dawn morning start. On the trail by 04:00 to climb the gully. The advantage of doing it this way is you do not have to look up at what you are climbing. By day, it is a miserable little gully, both up and down. But at night, it just feels like a steep ascent on sketchy dirt and rock. Crawling along the solid gully wall was the best way. Another reason for an early start is the weather. In our case, weather would be our friend all day long.
By Alan Spriggs I didn’t start out trying to climb the fourteeners. Like many folks I know, when I first moved to Colorado in in 1985 I just wanted to explore this incredible state. Every valley, every basin, every mountain … Continued