Mt. Elbert, 14,433 ft., June 23, 2003. Our first 14er summit and the highest point in Colorado.
Mt. Belford, 14149 ft., June 24, 2003.
Mt. Massive, 14,421 ft. , June 26, 2003. The second highest point in Colorado. No crowds so we had to do solo shots.
Mt. Massive, 14,421 ft. , June 26, 2003
Jones Mountain, 13,218 ft., June 28, 2003. An "accidental" 13er. We were hiking to a lake and just kept going.
Jones Mountain, 13,218 ft., June 28, 2003
Stony Pass on the Colorado Trail, 12,600 ft., Aug. 10, 2004. Just dropped off for the start of our first multi-day wilderness adventure.
Highland Mary Lake, 12,090 ft., Aug. 10, 2004. Our first wilderness camp site.
East Pecos Baldy, Santa Fe, NM, 12,529 ft., Aug. 10, 2006. Our first New Mexico summit. Our camp site was 1000 ft. below.
Ice Lake - Silvertion, CO, 12,257 ft., Aug. 7, 2008. No summits this year but some awesome views none the less.
Mt. Ouray, 13,971 ft., Aug. 5, 2009. Our first ranked 13er. Not another soul on the mountain the whole day.
Mt. Yale, 14,196 ft., Aug. 13, 2009. Full circle. This was our very first 14er attempt (no summit) back in 2003. This time we got it.
LaPlata Peak, 14,336 ft., Aug. 2, 2010. The last 14er we tried (unsuccessfully) in 2003.
Mt. Belford, 14,197 ft., Aug. 5, 2010. Our 2nd summit of this mountain so we could pair it with Oxford.
Mt. Oxford, 14,153ft., Aug. 5, 2010. Paired with Mt. Belford for our first double summit.
Missouri Mountain, 14,067 ft., Aug. 6, 2010. The only first attempt this year. A beautiful climb.
Mt. Shavano, 14,229 ft. Aug. 9, 2010. Tried this in 2009 but turned around at the saddle because of high winds that nearly blew us off our feet.
Tabeguache Peak, 14,155 ft., Aug. 9, 2010. Paired with our 2nd attempt at Shavano for another double.
Mt. Huron, 14,003 ft., Aug. 2, 2011.
Mt. Harvard, 14,420 ft., Aug. 4, 2011. The last bit of this climb was a mental challenge for us non-technical climbers but, well worth the effort once we were on top.
Mt. Columbia, 14,073 ft., Aug. 5, 2011. A nasty climb and descent but, a beautiful summit. That's Mt. Harvard in the background.
This un-named peak of 13,366 ft. was our consolation prize after failing to summit two ranked 13ers. Aug. 11, 2011