Starting at Gullena Pass Trail Head. (hour and a half drive from Boulder)
If anyone needs to get in touch with me or needs gear suggesstions, my number is[masked]
Leave the Boulder area around 3am.
Length: 10.25 miles
El. Gain: 3,900'
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It was a great hike, loved the support of everyone and the pace of the hike. It was great meeting all of you Chase, Nava, Brianna, Orri, Sheryl, Jennifer and Derek!
0 · July 21, 2013
Thanks to Cheryl and Derek for cutting short their hike for my sake.
For my sake!! :)
This was the best 14er I have ever done! The group was amazing, fun, very understanding of each others needs and worked well as a team getting across Sawtooth ridge, which to me is vital do to the ridge's challenging route. By the end I felt like we had known each other for ages!
1 · July 21, 2013
I agree with you. I was an amazing hike.
Sorry to cancel last minute guys - the friend who was to watch over my dog for the weekend bailed out and I still can't find a replacement.
0 · July 20, 2013
I can't make it. Work.
0 · July 19, 2013
Anyone driving from boulder that wants to carpool?
0 · July 17, 2013
I'm coming from Lafayette and would like to carpool from Boulder as well.
I've been wanting to do this for a long time!
Really want to do this combo, but already had a hike planned that day.
I will meet at the PnR, looking for carpool till TH.
0 · July 16, 2013
I will also be at PnR. Bright and early!
Will have to do this some other time.
0 · July 15, 2013
Hi! I am coming from downtown Denver and would love to join you at wooly mammoth for a car pool. Would that be a possibility? Please let me know. Thanks!
0 · July 8, 2013
Do we leave the trail-head ~5am?
0 · July 6, 2013
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This is a group for folks who enjoy good company and want to bag some 14ers along the way.
This group is open to men or women of all age groups who have a decent fitness level and some hiking experience.
You will be self supporting and need to carry all your gear necessary.
You are responsible for yourself, to check weather conditions, bring appropriate clothing, food, water and gear. This is not a guide system for folks.
We will attempt to keep people together but ultimately you are responsible for getting yourself up and down the moutain. We cannot endanger others because you are not prepared.
Every year people die attemtping to climb 14ers because they are not prepared. I am not trying to scare anyone off, I am simply trying to be open and honest with everyone.
I suggest 14ers.com as a great website on line to help with routes, trailheads, weather etc.
I look forward to many glorious adventures with you all ~ Marty
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