OutsideOnline has put out it's latest Bucket list. One of the items is to Ski a Colorado 14er. You can read about here http://www.outsideonline.com/outdoor-adventure/adventure-bucket-list/Ski-a-14er.html
Unfortunately they screwed up the reference to 14ers.com and put 14er.com. I have posted a comment already to have them correct it. Probably worth a few more comments to make sure they respond.
Edit: Outside fixed the link.
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Not a bad list. Camping on my own island and exploring the islands off the coast of Maine sounds awesome. It reminds me that there is still a lot to do in this country that doesn't involve Colorado, or even high alpine adventures.
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randalmartin wrote:One of the items is to Ski a Colorado 14er.
I am trying to! Where is the snow?
It has frequently been noticed that all mountains appear doomed to pass through the three stages: An inaccessible peak - The most difficult ascent in the Alps - An easy day for a lady. Albert Frederick Mummery, My Climbs in the Alps and Caucasus
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