June 1, 2012: The 3rd highest point in the lower 48 states (2nd highest in Colorado) is Mount Massive (14,421 ft).
It is one of 58 peaks in Colorado that exceeds 14,000 ft, and I’m pursuing a goal over several years
to climb all of them. From a technical perspective, Mount Massive is not among the most difficult
peaks in the 58 to climb, despite being just 12 feet shy of the tallest mountain in Colorado.
Professor of Mathematics
Vice Chair of
the Department of Mathematics
California State University, Fullerton
800 N. State College Blvd.
Fullerton, CA 92831-3599
Scott's office: 33C McCarthy Hall
Scott's office phone: (657) 278-7678
Scott’s FAX number: (657) 278-8791
Coming Soon: Website for my personal journey/challenge
to climb all 58 of Colorado’s 14,000+ foot mountains
(Completed as of June 14, 2013: 19 out of 58)
Photo Album (updated Aug 25, 2012)
Official Website for Colorado’s 14ers: HERE
(My textbook with S. Goode: click on the cover image for more information.)
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