orrectly identifying mountains is very difficult because they seem to change
shape and shift their respective positions considerably depending upon one's vantage.
Consequently, the plaques posted at public overlooks around Colorado Springs and
Wilkerson Pass have errors. You can expect my products to be correct.
GeoWonders has been in preparation since 2007 and has involved thousands of hours
in photography, hiking, graphic creation, research in various libraries, and much
driving and climbing in sometimes very unfriendly weather.
Colorado Springs Regional Parks, Trails and Open Space officers have highly praised
these graphics, particularly the Garden of the Gods map.
Some of the better known GeoWonders featured in these products are: Pikes Peak, Garden
of the Gods, Cheyenne Cañon, Seven Falls, Bear Creek Cañon, Collegiate Peaks including
Mount Princeton, Yale, Columbia, and Harvard, the Mosquito Range with its Mount Lincoln,
the Sawatch Range with Colorado's highest Mount Elbert, the Front Range of Denver
including Mount Evans, Indian Peaks, Rock Mountain National Park, Longs Peak, Sangre
de Cristo Range, and Cripple Creek.