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Mountain Climbing in Colorado

Brothers Chris and Daniel Brady went mountain climbing in Colorado and sent this photo of Chris atop Mt. Lincoln.

Chris Brady graduated from UT Knoxville in 2005 from the College Scholars program. He lives in Denver and works as an attorney. Daniel Brady graduated in 2006 from the College of Engineering. He lives in Los Angeles and works as an aerospace engineer.

“We are on top of Mount Lincoln in Colorado at 14,286 feet,” Chris Brady wrote. “It is the eighth highest peak in the state, and the 11th highest in the contiguous United States. It is located in the Mosquito Range, just west of Hoosier Pass, and is the highest peak in that range.

“We actually climbed three ‘14-ers’ that day, Mount Lincoln, Mount Democrat and Mount Bross.”


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