Welcome to mySummits – a virtual summit register available to anyone and everyone who climb the mountains of Colorado!
Signing a summit registry is an important part of mountaineering history and creates an outlet for those who wish to express their sense of accomplishment upon summiting a peak. Starting in Fall 2013, those who summit our top 100 peaks can sign registries electronically at www.cmc.org/mysummits.
This new feature provides better historical information as well as fun facts about the peaks of Colorado. Plus, those who summit Colorado’s peaks will be assured their signatures and relevant data will be kept as a part of history as well as used for future studies.
Report Your 2015 Colorado List Completions!
The deadline to be included in this year's completion lists is Oct. 15, 2015. This becomes part of the story of Colorado's history of mountaineering, and we encourage everyone who's completed a list to submit his/her name.
If you've finished the Colorado 14ers, 13ers or any of the CO Hundred Milestones (Highest 100, 200, etc.), you can submit your name to the Colorado Mountain Club for the record books. The lists for completions submitted each year will be published in the Winter issue of "Trail and Timberline" magazine, CMC's quarterly publication, and recorded in the list completion databases. You do NOT need to be a member of CMC to register your completion. Also, if you've completed a list prior to 2014, you can submit your name at any time.
All completion information can be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you're reporting a 14er completion, please put "14er Files" in the subject line of your email and include your name as you'd like it to appear, the name and date of your first 14er, the name and date of your last 14er, or as much of that information as you can provide. For the 14ers, you can also write a paragraph with a story about your quest and submit a photograph, which might be included in the 14er article.
If you're reporting a 13er milestone (Highest 100, 200, ..., 600 or All Thirteeners), please put "Beyond the 14ers" in the subject line, and include your name and the name and date of your final peak in the list(s) you've completed. If you're one of this year's 13er finishers, please list out the info for each hundred group, not just the final 13er.
If you're reporting a 12er or lower milestone (Highest 700 and anything elevation-oriented beyond that), please put "Beyond the 13ers" in the subject line, and include your name and the name and date of your final peak in the list(s) you've completed.
14er Completion Form
Official List of 14er Completers - 2013
Colorado Mountain Club and Environmental Impact
As the largest outdoor recreation organization in the state, we want to salute your achievements and provide information to anyone who is interested in our peaks. As more and more people are climbing our peaks, it has become apparent that paper registries are not as effective as they were in the past. And as a conservation/recreation organization we believe firmly in the words “Leave No Trace.” With the increased signatures on the registry and intense weather on summits, often the registries arrive in poor/illegible condition once the CMC receives them; making the paper registries difficult and often times impossible for the CMC to archive. For a short period, the paper registries will still exist on some peaks. As one of the largest conservation and recreation organizations in the state, we are excited to work with our land manager partners in respecting their wishes and regulations to leave the peaks cleaner than we found them.
Improve your Mountain Skills with the Colorado Mountain Club
So you have climbed a few peaks or maybe more. Would you like some top notch training? Would you like to go on more activities with like minded individuals? Or would you just like to be a part of the premiere mountaineering organization in the state?
Join the Colorado Mountain Club today. You can take one of our many schools or classes offered and attend any of our 3,000 plus outdoor activities each year.
Meet friends, find new places, and learn more about preserving our great mountains for future organizations. It’s inexpensive and we promise you will have lots of fun.
Learn more about joining the Colorado Mountain Club here.