Doug Schitzpahn

I would love to experience an 8,000 meter peak—maybe Broad Peak or Cho Oyu.

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Elizabeth O‘connell

I’d like to tackle Freel Peak in the lake Tahoe basin someday, but have a lot of peaks left in Colorado to knock out first.

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Cameron Martindell

Ever since doing the Annapurna circuit in Nepal, the Nilgiri Himal has attracted my attention.

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Chris Kassar

Ama Dablam, though I’m not sure I’ll ever have the guts.

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Chris Vav Leuven

The Diamond on Longs Peak. It’s big, hard and is plagued by thunder showers (at least, those have been my excuses). Once, a partner and I nearly completed Curving Vine (5.11a), but we bailed near the top when we saw clouds building. I’m over making up excuses. It’s time.

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Kim Fuller

The “Mummy Kill” is what we call doing all six peaks in the Mummy Range in one day: Chapin, Chiquita, Ypsilon, Fairchild, Hagues, Mummy. I have done CCY, but getting the full Kill in one day is still on my bucket list.

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Jonathon Waterman

I dreamed about a pilgrimage to Denali’s summit on my 60th birthday, and since it actually came true on June 12, I can’t stop dreaming about it.

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Aaron Bible

Capitol Peak is a fourteener that’s eluded me for many years. It’s often considered the most difficult of the bunch, and it overlooks one of the most beautiful areas of the state.

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