Climber and adventurer, Scott Annin, has “completed 47 of the 58 coveted highest points of magnificent Colorado.” What does that mean? He’s taken it upon himself to scale the most intense and daring mountains in a state that is famous for its diverse mountains.
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For his 43rd climb on a 14er (a mountain over 14,000 ft), Scott chose Capitol Peak. This peak is challenging. Most climbers agree it’s one of the top three hardest mountains to climb in Colorado from a technical standpoint. It measures 14,130 ft high. And it’s peak is crazy treacherous. Annin describes it as a razor-thin crossing on the famous knife-edge peak.
Scott calls this the highlight of his 2015 summer – and it’s clear why! We also have to give a shoutout to Scott’s cohort, Matthew Anderson, for filming this awesome video.
Other than accomplishing a goal that few have, another great advantage to this feat is getting to experience such an incredible view!
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