Quandary warning sign placement delayed | SummitDaily.com

Quandary warning sign placement delayed

SUMMIT COUNTY – Plans to place warning signs on Quandary Mountain have been delayed until June. Volunteers were all set to bolt in the signs May 15, but adverse weather conditions made that impossible.

The signs will be placed in two locations – at the main east ridge trail head and above the entrance point for the West Ridge route. The project’s aim is to minimize risk for hikers unfamiliar with Quandary’s terrain in response to the high volume of rescues seen on the peak. Summit County Rescue Group gets many calls related to people leaving or losing the trail, or the west ridge route.

To learn more about the Summit County Rescue Group or to donate funds, visit http://www.scrg.org.

– Caitlin Row

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