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schumi248 wrote:I was there too, I was the one that barely started it and the altitude started to get to me, however I should be better acclimated this year, being that I am living in Granby for the summer. That should help ALOT. My vote goes to something really easy. San Luis, Handies. How do those sound, I know they are farther away, but you haven't done them????
I'd be up for Handies or San Luis but might have some difficulty getting to the San Juans. Last year I screwed up the Saturday morning/Sunday night thing and thus missed the climb I checked Google calendar and found that the possible dates would be June 7th (Sunday), July 7th (Tuesday), August 6th (Thursday). What are people thinking in terms of date? Obviously the dates are flexible since the moon is essentially "full" for several days. I'd be more interested if I weren't planning to be on Rainier July 7th
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What are people thinking? Is the June 6-7 a possibility?
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Ignoring the Front Range, I would recommend Sherman, Quandary, Harvard, Columbia, Elbert, just to start. You might look for something that starts close to treeline or at least has a very good trail (especially a road) up to treeline. French is great too, although it's not a 14er.
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