Grand Mesa Repeater Association

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GMRA operates an open system of linked repeaters in western Colorado and eastern Utah as well as two private repeaters linked to the Cactus Intertie (a private system) that consists of over 150 linked repeaters in the southwest US and the Washington D.C. area.

This Talk Group will be linked to the following open repeaters. GMRA plans to also install DMR repeaters at some of our sites.

The GMRA open system consists of UHF Repeaters at:

   449.300 Mhz 107.2 Hz Repeater located on the Grand Mesa at 10,600'AMSL (20 miles east of Grand Jct)
   449.575 Mhz 131.8 Hz Repeater located on Black Ridge at 7,100'AMSL above the Colorado National Monument
   449.400 Mhz 131.8 Hz Repeater located on Uncompaghre Butte, west of Delta. (Solar Powered)
   449.200 Mhz 107.2 Hz Repeater located on Glade Park, near the Colorado / Utah border. (Solar Powered)
   447.100 Mhz 107.2 Hz Repeater located on Abajo Peak at 11,360' AMSL, west of Monticello, Utah Abajo Peak Webcam
   447.000 Mhz 107.2 Hz Repeater located on Baxter Pass at 8,700' AMSL
   449.100 Mhz 107.2 Hz Repeater located on Bald Mesa at 8,500' AMSL near Moab, Utah.
   447.200 Mhz 107.2 Hz Repeater located on Waterdog Peak at 9,350' AMSL southeast of Montrose, Colorado.
   449.600 Mhz 107.2 Hz Repeater located on Sunlight Mountain near Glennwood Springs, Colorado.
   449.700 Mhz 107.2 Hz Repeater located on GrayHead near Telluride Colorado.
   449.800 Mhz 107.2 Hz Repeater located on Calahan Mountain near Rifle, Colorado.
   449.850 Mhz 131.8 Hz Repeater located on Lookout Mountain near Glennwood Springs, Colorado. 

A Combination of a hub link, and full duplex links connect all of the above repeaters.

A lot of GMRA members are motor home owners and you will hear them check-in via their hot spots.

All visitors are welcome.