Peak(s):  Culebra Peak  -  14,047 feet
Date Posted: 
Date Climbed:   08/27/2005
Author:  MTNRNR

 August 27, Saturday  

I have waited several years to climb Culebra. So, along with 1 dozen or so other people, I eagerly anticipated this hike. And I was not disappointed. It was well worth the price of admission and the drive to Southern Colorado. The instructions for hiking Culebra were most unusual. Our instructions were to "drive to Four-way, hike to the end of the road, and then spread out, taking care not to follow the person in front of you!". What an opportunity. Select your own path and head for the ridge.

It was a beautiful day and everything about the hike was first-class. The summit ridge was fun, the rock was solid, and once on top the people were great. We even saw three bears at over 13,000 feet!

Dont let the $100 fee stop you from enjoying this climb. It is truly a unique experience...


 Comments or Questions

   Using your forum id/password. Not registered? Click Here

Caution: The information contained in this report may not be accurate and should not be the only resource used in preparation for your climb. Failure to have the necessary experience, physical conditioning, supplies or equipment can result in injury or death. and the author(s) of this report provide no warranties, either express or implied, that the information provided is accurate or reliable. By using the information provided, you agree to indemnify and hold harmless and the report author(s) with respect to any claims and demands against them, including any attorney fees and expenses. Please read the Safety and Disclaimer pages for more information.

© 2017®, 14ers Inc.