Mt. Rose, serving the Reno, NV Area,

The Mount Rose Repeater is not connected to the Condor System at this time. Pat W7DED Spring time repairs. March 4, 2016

Castle Rock, serving the Santa Rosa, CA Area,

The Geysers equipment has been relocated back to Castle Rock. This was due to a major fire in the area last year.

The repeater was relocated to Castle Rock Up dated 8/1/16

Mt. Vaca, on Line and operating. PL 156.7 serving the Sacramento Valley, San Francisco Bay area and South to Modesto. In addition, it serves a large area north of San Francisco.

The repeater coverage is limited 7/2/2015.

Mt. Hamilton, serving San Jose, CA and the greater San Francisco Bay area, Monterey Bay and parts of the Central San Joaquin Valley.

The 220 repeater coverage is back to normal, New Telewave Folded Dipole Antenna, Hamilton is connected to the system July 30, 2017

Goat Mountain, serving the San Joaquin Valley. Coverage along Highway 99 is from Bakersfield in the south to Modesto to the north. Along I-5 from Buttonwillow in the south to Tracy to the north. The Condor Connection is accessible from many locations in Yosemite National Park.

The repeater is on the air and operating normal.

Shirley Peak, Shirley Peak Off line at this time, serving Lake Isabella, CA and the Southern San Joaquin Valley.

The Shirley Peak Off line at this time , Repairs are planned. . updated July 30, 2017

Frazier Mountain, serving Gorman CA, the Grapevine and the southern San Joaquin Valley, the Antelope Valley, Lancaster and Palmdale, Ca.

The hub repeater is operating very well thanks to Dan O’Connor N6BKL.

Quartzite Mountain, Off the air at this time….serving Victorville and Hesperia, Ca. and the High Desert.

The repeater is off line at this time. Up dated July 30, 2017

Rasnow Peak, serving Ventura County, CA on Line at this time. Thanks Matt W6XC Working with Mark WB6RHQ keeing Rasnow operating.

Repeater is on line and linked to the Condor system at this time. update January 2, 2020.

Santiago Peak,Santiago Peak Condor 220 repeater is on line.

Link is back on line and connected to the Condor system. .Up dated October 8, 2018

Lyons Peak, Off Line at this time. The coverage of the repeater extends to most of San Diego County and into parts of Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.

The repeater’s operating frequency is 223.94 (-1.6 Mhz) and the P.L. tone is 141.3 Hz.The The Lyons Peak is not connected to the sysetem at this time.. Up dated July 30, 2017

White Tanks, link not connected serving central Arizona, w/prime coverage of the Phoenix area.

The repeater is on the air and Not connected to the system . Updated Jan 3, 2018

Guadalupe Peak, Not connected to the system