When I'm looking for great hikes I sometimes search online for photos of different areas. This website exists to return the favor.
Hillhaus.com has been hosted on Dreamhost since 1998. It operates on a modified PHP/MySQL blog script developed by B2Evolution. I'm constantly developing the interface and design.
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Mt. Princeton, a huge bulky mass with three peaks, is one of my favorite mountains in Colorado. It's also part of the largest concentration of mountains over 14,000 feet on the continent (the Sawatch Range).
April 8, 2006 | Permalink
| Categories: Colorado, Collegiate Peaks Wilderness
Mt. Princeton and Mt. Yale at dusk. Mt. Princeton is 14,197 ft and Yale is 14,196 ft. Here's the view of Princeton from the summit of Yale.