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    • Kyle Ewing
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    Choose the Right 14er for You


    When was the last time you set a goal for yourself? Has it been a while? What have your past goals been? If you’ve been searching for a goal that you can hold high for the rest of your life, summiting one of Colorado’s magnificent 14ers is the perfect opportunity for you to set a goal and crush it! Here at TerraSlate Paper, we think you should set a goal and crush it! Without thinking twice, be sure you order a rip proof sign  to make sure you’re equipped on top of the summit for success photo. Catch up by reading some of our past posts to read about Mt. Lincoln, Crestone Peak, Uncompahgre Peak and more.

    Here’s a list of the most popular 14ers in Colorado that you have to check out!

    Castle Peak

    In the heart of the Rocky Mountains lay the Elk Mountain. Within the Elk Mountains is where North America’s 38th tallest peak, Castle Peak, stands. At 14,279 feet above the sea, Castle Peak is one of Colorado’s highest summits. It’s close by Maroon Bells in the Snowmass Wilderness, and is 11.6 miles northeast by north of the town of Crested Butte, Colorado. If you’re up for a challenge, you’ll be excited to learn this mountain is a class 2 and offers four routes: Northeast Ridge, Northwest Ridge, North Face Couloir and a combo of Castle and Conundrum. To learn more about this peak, visit 14ers.com.

    Buy a Tear Proof Sign for the Summit!

    Are you ready to set you goal and achieve it? We’re with you every step of the way! Join TerraSlate Paper online now to shop for a tear proof paper banner to hold while you take your successful summit photo. Once you’re home, safe and sound, feel free to send it our way! We love to share client’s success with our tough products.

    • Kyle Ewing
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