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Register All Your Colorado Mountain Climbs

Welcome to “Colorado Mountain Registers,” the green way to record your summits. Have you been on mountains where you would have liked to sign the register but either the register was missing, all wet, or full? Rather than leaving jars, tubes or plastic containers on the peaks, “Colorado Mountain Registers” allows you to sign the register electronically without leaving a trace on the mountaintops.

You can log your climbs past and present on chronological registers of specific peaks. “Colorado Mountain Registers” will track your personal list of peaks as well as listing benchmarks of climbers achieving certain numbers of summits.  On the blog site you can add photos (optional), and easily update comments about you and your climbs.

Climbing in Colorado is a rewarding adventure. There are more than 50 peaks over 14,000’ and more than 600 over 13,000’ feet. These mountains are categorized into 6 primary ranges, most with several sub ranges. “Colorado Mountain Registers” organizes the peaks alphabetically and by range. We use the standard elevation for each peak and the official or common name wherever we can. Whether you choose to follow the 3,000’ vertical gain rule to count a summit is up to you. Information for entering your name on a summit register is the same as standard registers: name, date, city or town, state, and up to 50 letters of comments. Please keep all comments on the site family-friendly.

Help us develop this site into one you will enjoy browsing and logging all your mountain climbs. We certainly encourage your feedback.

Have a recognized or named peak not on our list? Send us the details and we’ll add it. Submit a photo of your favorite peak for possible use.

Welcome to “Colorado Mountain Registers” the new way of placing your name on a peak!

We hope you enjoy our website,

Tom and Alyse, 13 year old daughter.
A climbing team.


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