4,000 meters is an unrecognized altitude threshold within the United States. However, it is as well known where the metric system is used, as 14,000 feet is known in the US. This page is dedicated to climbing those peaks in Colorado that rise above 4,000 meters (13,123 feet)

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Wilderness Trekking School Spring 2015 Kicks Off!

Always a great way to swing into Spring; Wilderness Trekking School (WTS). I look forward to teaching this class for many reasons. Meeting new people (we have 12 students this season), getting my ass off the sofa after a long winter, teaching and learning, and all the new social aspects that this class and hiking bring.

Our first field day, Dry Land Travel, is this weekend. I love to watch as the students go from a group of somewhat random people to acquaintances. The first hike does that.

You can learn more about WTS at the marginally OK web page for the Colorado Mountain Club: http://www.cmc.org/Classes/CMCClassesandSchools/WildernessTrekkingSchool.aspx

Have a great hiking season in 2015 and check back here for updates!

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