For the many Coloradans who take their peakbagging seriously, this heavyweight poster maps out 58 Colorado fourteeners. 53 of these are the officially ranked 14ers which have at least 300' of prominence, and 5 additional named summits over 14,000' are also included on the map. Unranked peaks are noted with italics and lighter coloring. The column along the right side shows the YDS rating, or technical difficulty, of each mountain.
Note: As shown, the 'Marigold' version is a vertical composition showing only the western half of the state.
11" x 14" (also available in 18" x 24")
Digital print on heavyweight satin photo paper
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I love the size and the colors of the tan print. I plan on putting pictures of my summits around it. Perfect size like I said
Exactly as pictured - super clear. We love it!
The map was framed well and came just as expected. Also came with a cute personalized note, which just shows how passionate the designer is about his products. Overall, great purchase!
The map would be more useful if the major highways (Interstates and U.S. highways) were labeled. There's plenty of room on the map.
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