Colorado Repeaters

#1
I'm planning a trip through Colorado here soon and wanting to pre-program my radio with the local repeaters before departing. I'm not taking a computer and programming radios without a cable is always some fun...that I don't want to do. My trip goes from Trinidad, through Salida to Ouray-area, then back through Gunnison/Salida up to Leadville/Breckenridge/Fairplay area. Below is my list of repeaters. Any to add? Omit? What are the popular ones? What are the dead ones? Any help would be appreciated.

Freq Tone PL Location Callsign
147.39 plus 0.6 88.5 Breckenridge 1
146.7 - 0 Breckenridge 2
146.79 - 0 Breckenridge 3
146.745 - 0 Buena Vista
145.295 -0.6 MHz 107.2 Chaffee KC0CVU
449.65 -5 MHz 107.2 Chaffee KC0CVU
449.925 -5 MHz 103.5 Chaffee WZ0N
447.45 -5 123 Colorado City
145.12 -0.6 88.5 Colorado Springs
448.45 -5 0 Colorado Springs 2
147.345 -0.6 88.5 Durango
146.67 -0.6 MHz 100 Durango, Eagle Pass
147.36 plus 0 Fairplay
145.49 -0.6 MHz 103.5 Fremont WD0EKR
447.975 -5 MHz 100 Fremont K0JSC
447 -5 MHz 107.2 Garfield KB0SW
146.82 -0.6 MHz 107.2 Grand Junction
147.12 plus 0 Gunnison
147.09 plus 0 Hartsel
444 plus 5 MHz 67 Huerfano KB5ITS
146.91 - 100 Kenosha Pass
145.445 -0.6 88.5 Leadville
448.65 -5 MHz 107.2 Montrose KB0YNA
146.91 -0.6 MHz 107.2 Montrose KC0UUX
146.79 -0.6 MHz 107.2 Montrose KD5OPD
447.2 -5 MHz 107.2 Montrose WA4HND
146.64 - 0 Norwood
147.36 plus 0.6 MHz Otero KC0ITF
146.61 -0.6 MHz 123 Prowers KC0HH
449.5 -5 MHz 123 Prowers KC0HH
448.975 -5 MHz 100 Pueblo K0JSC
147 plus .6 0 Pueblo
449.975 -5 MHz 100 Pueblo, Cedarwood
147.285 plus 0.6 88.5 Salida
145.325 -0.6 MHz 127.3 San Juan KB5ITS
147.375 plus 0.6 MHz 156.7 San Juan KB5ITS
447.525 - 0 Silverton 1
147.27 plus 127.3 Silverton 2
449.7 -5 107.2 Telluride
147.345 plus 0.6 88.5 Vail
146.73 - 0 Walsenburg
147.06 plus 77 Westcliffe
 

DaveInDenver

Expedition Leader
#2
Makes sure you have the Colorado Connection repeaters programmed in, these are the most likely to get a response at any given time. Some them you have listed already, just pointing out that they are state-wide connected system.

http://colcon.org
 
#5
That is what I've been using. But I'm wondering more about the repeaters that actually have traffic on them and aren't dead.

Like here in the southeast, TONS of dead repeaters. Nothing going on. Obviously I wouldn't want to rely on such if needed.
 
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