We work from photos (contributed by hikers and climbers) of actual marks to bring you the most authentic product on the market; a market we also happened to start.
To create our artwork, we occasionally make decisions to enhance the appearance of the mark. For instance, sometimes the marker doesn’t have a place name stamped on it, or the elevation is missing, or it may be riddled with dings and stampings of little interest.
We might add or subtract an element but we always stay true to the standard practices listed above.
Most government survey markers are tied into a