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Never stop exploring.  – The North Face

Corrections and additions to

Colorado’s Lost Creek Wilderness

– Classic Summit Hikes

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2nd Edition
  1. We are expanding the book to include the Southern Puma Hills.
    Check out Pulver Mountain and “The Pulverizer”.

  2. We have added the important 11,611-foot peak “Tater Top”.
    In the same area, check out Sugarloaf Mountain.

  3. We have added the easy 8,954-foot Tappan Mountain.

  4. We have added the important 11,695-foot peak “The Catamount” to the peak list. This peak does not quite have a hard rank, but the dramatic rock summit, which is located between “Tarryall Peak” and “Lake Park Peak,” has carried this eloquent nickname for some time. A catamount is a large, wild, mountain cat.

  5. We have added the spectacular spectacle provided by Harmonica Arch.

  6. We have added the following Extra Credit to Bison Peak:
    Extra Credit - Bison View - Class 2
    From the trail junction in Bison Pass at 11,180 feet, hike 0.25 mile west through open trees to Point 11,380 aka “Bison View.” This open summit offers views of Bison Arm and Bison Peak to the east, and you can see Peaks X, Y and Z to the northwest. This humble, unranked summit also hosts many photogenic bristlecone skeletons.

  7. We have added a list of the peaks in the Lost Creek Wilderness Area.
    This list is a subset of the Retirement Range list.
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