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    • Consider Climbing a 14er With a Waterproof Paper Banner
    • Kyle Ewing
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    Consider Climbing a 14er With a Waterproof Paper Banner


    Have you been getting in shape to only prove to yourself you have what it takes to climb one of Colorado’s most cherished 14ers? If so, you’re probably in the mindset to find a 14er to climb. If you’ve been following our previous blogs posts, you already know that TerraSlate Paper has been providing readers with information needed to successfully choose the right mountain to summit, including where to buy tear resistant paper for that “success” photo on the summit of the 14er. Catch up by reading previous posts, and continue reading to learn this week’s recommended mountain.

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

    Mount Lincoln


    Mount Lincoln is a beautiful peak that stands 14,293 feet above sea level. It’s the 37th highest peak in North America, and it’s ready to be climbed by you! If you’re interested in climbing its rocky terrain, you have three choices to decide between. There’s the West Ridge, Lincoln Amphitheatre or East Slopes. Each of these choices are rated at a class 2 difficulty, and they have limited exposure. If you’re wanting to summit more than one 14er in a day, Mount Lincoln is the perfect choice, as it is next to Mount Democrat, Cameron and Bross.

    Pack a Tear Resistant Paper Banner

    Mount Lincoln is the perfect 14er for a bigger mountaineer. Do your research about this mountain and order your customized tear resistant paper banner from TerraSlate Paper when you’re a month out from your climb. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us! If you’re still searching for a mountain you’ll love, be sure you stay tuned for our next blog to learn more: Choose the Right 14er for You!

    • Kyle Ewing
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