Peak(s):  Culebra Peak  -  14,047 feet
Red Mtn A  -  13,908 feet
Date Posted:  07/05/2009
Date Climbed:   07/05/2009
Author:  warg
 Culebra and Red  

Probably no need for another report on Culebra, but as this was technically my "last" 14er I have to post something... right? (I say "technically" because I am officially counting Princeton (last weekend) as my last 14er - I invited my friends to join me on that hike back in January - then found out later that Culebra officially opened the very day that I planned to hike Princeton. Thus I did Culebra today.)

The one piece of info that could be useful - the guy at the ranch told us that if it rains too much the night before, they make you walk from the ranch and don‘t even let you drive up the road. That would be a LONG walk. So if it rains lots the night before - be warned!

Looking back on the first part of the ridge:

And the second part of the ridge

Culebra and Red

Me pointing the way to the summit of Culebra

Me on Red with a background view of Culebra

That's all!

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