Status and description page. 

The following Repeaters should be  connected into SkyHubLink on a permanent basis with exception to certain events or Wires-X operations.  Not all repeaters that may be connected are listed.  If you would like to “homeroom” on SkyHubLink we would love to list you on this page as an affiliate repeater or system.  We are updating this page regularly so check back often for new additions and informationSend reports to Jack KEØVH.

Repeater ON/OFF AIR LINKED/UNLINKED/COMING SOON Site Status will be to the right of the listing in the below chart.  A repeater may be on the air but not linked.   We try to keep up with this on a daily basis.  Please send your repeater reports of any issues to Jack KEØVH or by text to 303-704-3290.

Linked or Unlinked, OFF AIR, Special Operating Status, Coming Soon conditions are indicated.

We try to keep an updated list of repeaters on air and connection status.  Page will be updated as quickly as possible regarding repeater status.  See the right hand column below for “Operational Status”.

Page updated 2024 0706

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Remember, you’re on a linked system connected to many repeaters!

This means that:

  • You can’t quick key or tailgate, leave a few seconds between transmissions.
  • You must key up… count to 2, then begin speaking.
  • At the end of your transmission, please do a 2 count before you unkey your PTT.

If you would like to add your repeater to the full-time link list, please head over to the contact section.

ALSO, please note below on 448.350 Fusion about trying to operate Wires-X.  448.350 is permanently locked into the SkyHubLink Wires-X roomDo NOT try to change this repeater to other Wires-X rooms.  All other Wires-X repeaters connected to SkyHubLink can be changed to any other Wires-X rooms and will return to SkyHubLink after a preset amount of time.

When monitoring a Wires-X repeater, and you see “SkyHub” on the screen instead of a callsign, that means that the station transmitting is coming from the ANALOG side of the system.  Due to the fact that analog transmits no encoded information you will not see the stations callsign.  That way you know the station is coming from the Analog AllStar side of the system.  This is normal.

Main Repeater list by region. Scroll down for individual repeater descriptions, pictures, and coverage maps.

🖨️ Printer Friendly PDF Repeater Listings updated regularly by Brian K5ZIA and Dick KC1EZV.  Thanks to them for the help in administrating this list!

Also, you can now download the files for direct input to your RT Systems Software and CHIRP by going to the links.

Northern Front Range / Southern Wyoming

 Location Service Area Frequency and offset Access Code Mode Operational Status
Milner Mountain I25, Loveland, Ft. Collins, Longmont, Boulder 447.800 (-) None


Buckhorn Mountain I25, Loveland, Ft. Collins, Longmont, Greeley 448.400 (-) 103.5 CTCSS


Laramie/Cheyenne Pilot Hill I-80 SE WY 447.400(-) 103.5 CTCSS


Cheyenne Cheyenne WY 449.200 (-) None


Elk Mountain Saratoga, Medicine Bow, Rawlins, I-80 447.425(-) 103.5 CTCSS


MILNER MOUNTAIN I-25, FT. Collins, Greeley, Loveland, Longmont 439.800(-) CC 7, TG310847 on TS2

All other traffic on TS1



Central Front Range area Colorado

 Location Service Area Frequency and offset Access Code Mode Operational Status
Mestaa’ėhehe (Squaw) Mountain Wide area. Denver,I25,I70 to Eisenhower 449.450 (-) 103.5 CTCSS


Morrison Mountain Wide area, Denver, I25 449.625 (-) NONE


Moffat Water Treatment Plant Lakewood Denver 448.350 (-) NONE Wires-X (Please do not try to change rooms)


Warren Mountain Littleton, South Denver 449.600 (-) NONE


Lookout Mountain Denver 927.9750(-) 67.0 CTCSS LINKED
Guy Hill Denver 449.750(-) DMR Time Slot 1 TG 310847, CC 1


Boulder Valley NE Boulder 447.175(-) 103.5 CTCSS


Mt. Chief


Lakewood, Denver

Highway 285

447.100(-)  103.5 CTCSS




Denver 447.050(-) 103.5 CTCSS

127.3 Output


Green Mtn Lakewood


Louisville to South Denver 445.2625 (-) CC 7, TG310847 on TS2

All other traffic on TS1


Parker Parker, Aurora, Eastern

Metro and beyond

448.275 (-) None C4FM






East I-70

DIA area



103.5 PL



Arvada Denver, North Metro


449.675 (-) None C4FM


South Front Range

 Location Service Area Frequency and offset Access Code Mode Operational Status
Colorado Springs – Gardner Rock Springs. I25 Monument Hill to Fountain 449.850 (-) 103.5 CTCSS


Baculite Mesa I25 Fountain to Walsenburg 449.575 (-) 103.5 CTCSS


Colorado Springs EAST and NORTH El Paso County 447.425 (-) None C4FM



Bakulite Mesa I25 Fountain to Colorado City 447.200 (-) None C4FM


Eastern Plains

 Location Service Area Frequency and offset Access Code Mode Operational Status
Sterling CO NE CO 145.295 (-) 100.0 CTCSS


Stratton CO Stratton 146.895 (-) 103.5 CTCSS



Akron Akron, CO 447.425 (-) 103.5 CTCSS UNLINKED
Ft Morgan I-76 Ft Morgan, Brush, Wiggins 146.925(-) 100.0 CTCSS LINKED
Holyoke Hwy 6, From Sterling into KS 146.955(-) 100.0 CTCSS


Villas Baca County 446.7625 (-) CC7 TS2 LINKED
Cedar Point I-70 Limon Area 447.650(-) None C4FM
Hugo Hugo area 447.150(-) None C4FM


First View First View,

Kit Carson


447.600(-) 103.5 CTCSS



Colorado Mountains

 Location Service Area Frequency and offset Access Code Mode Operational Status
Mt. Princeton Arkansas Valley, Buena Vista, Salida 448.400 (-) 103.5 CTCSS


Silverthorne, CO Dillon, Breckenridge 146.700 (-) 107.2 CTCSS


Dillon Lake Roberts Tunnel Dillon, Silverthorn Breckenridge 447.950 (-) None


Grand Lake Grand Lake, Granby, Fraser 448.250 (-) 103.5 CTCSS  


Craig Craig, CO 445.025, 447.200 (-) TG 310847, NONE DMR, Fusion LINKED
Bailey, Park County Highway 285 Morrison to Kenosha Pass 146.895 (-) 100.0 CTCSS


Steamboat Springs Yampa Valley

Kremmling Valley

145.250 (-) 103.5 CTCSS


Storm Peak  Steamboat Springs, Hayden, Craig 447.425 (-) None



San Luis Valley Monte Vista 449.625 (-) 94.8 CTCSS



San Luis Valley  Center 146.64 (-) 77.0 CTCSS



SangreDe Christo

Mtns East Valley



449.125 (-) 103.5



Vail CO  Vail, I-70 and

surrounding Mountains

448.750 (-) 103.5


 Pagosa Springs 449.950 (-) 103.5


Alamosa  South Central

San Luis Valley

447.150 (-)     94.8


Fairplay/South Park Hiway 285 South Park, Kenosha to Antero Junction, South on Highway 9 to the Junction of Highway 24 147.090(+) 100.0


Blanca, San Luis Valley Alamosa, Monte Vista, San Luis Valley 446.750(-) 100.0 DMR CC1
TS1 SHL TG 310847TS2 Open Use


Leadville Leadville, valley and surrounding mountains 449.575(-) 103.5


Craig Surrounding area Craig and Yampa Valley 447.950(-) 103.5


Western Slope

 Location Service Area Frequency and offset Access Code Mode Operational Status
Grand Mesa Wide Area I-70 Fruita, Junction, Palliside 449.650 (-) 151.4 CTCSS


Waterdog Mountain Wide Area, Montrose, US50, Delta 448.650 (-) 151.4 CTCSS


Tenderfoot Mountain Gunnison CO 447.650 (-) 151.4 CTCSS


Blackridge Mountain Grand Junction 447.175(-) 151.4 CTCSS /NXDN


Ute Butte Gateway, Nucla


449.400 (-) 131.8 CTCSS


Mt. Callahan I-70 Pallisade,

Silt, Rifle

449.925 (-) 151.4 CTCSS


Uranium Peak Meeker, CO-13, CO-64 447.650(-) 151.4 CTCSS


Montrose Montrose, Delta, Olathe 447.425 C4FM Digital LINKED
Willow Mtn  I-70 Colorado border,

Moab and Into Utah

447.650 (-) 151.4


GrayHead Mtn  Telluride, Nucla

Naturita, Norwood

Monticello Utah

449.700 (-) 107.2


Blackridge Mtn Grand Junction

Valley, Fruita, Palisade

I-70 to almost Utah

449.575 C4FM


Sunlight Peak Glenwoood Springs  Glenwood Springs to Aspen and west along I-70 and more 449.875  




                 OFF AIR



Other Locations

 Location Service Area Frequency and offset Access Code Mode Operational Status
Socorro Peak Socorro NM Wide Area I-25, Albuquerque to TRC 442.125 (+) 123.0 CTCSS    


Scottsbluff, NE Scottsbluff, Gering 444.825 (+) 100.0 CTCSS


Scottsbluff, NE Scottsbluff, Gering  444.250 (+) YSF Digital  (C4FM) YSF Digital (C4FM)



Salt Lake City UTAH

Greater Salt Lake City metro area 447.450 (-) 100.0 PL


Scott City


Scott City 443.800 (+) 88.5 CTCSS LINKED 
Spokane WA Wide Area 444.500 (+) C4FM





Calgary AB


Calgary AREA 448.500 SIMPLEX


St. Cloud MN Wide Area     442.150 (+) NONE


Iron Mtn


60 mile radius    147.285 (+) NONE  


Orange CT I-95 New Haven

to Fairfield CT

 447.675 (+) NONE


Maricopa AZ


146.780 (-) 100.0 AMS/Fusion



Twin Falls  ID  Twin Falls City 145.170 (-)



100.0 AMS/Fusion



Paris Tx  The CO-AX Connection  

145.270 (-)




Fallon NV 35 mile radius 145.625(Simplex)




449.450 – (103.5) K1DUN/R Mestaa’ėhehe (formerly Squaw) Mountain, Colorado (Analog)

This repeater is located on Mount Mesta’ėhehe (formerly known as Squaw Mountain) at an elevation of 11,440 Feet and is provided by the Rocky Mountain Radio League .

The repeater provides wide area coverage: west to the Continental Divide, south to Colorado Springs, east to Limon, and north to Cheyenne. Please see the RMRL repeater page for more information.

The Hub is linked into the repeater through the AllStar Link System.

Right: Mount Mesta’ėhehe (formerly known as Squaw Mountain) antenna tower array.( Courtesy RMRL ) 

 Transmit Output Frequency  449.450 MHz
 Receive Frequency  444.450 MHz
 Uplink CTCSS  103.5 Hz
 Downlink CTCSS  127.3 Hz
 Mode  Analog FM


449.750  KI0GO Guy Hill, Denver, Colorado

This repeater offers DMR Digital coverage and is also provided by the Rocky Mountain Radio League. The SkyHub is accessed by this repeater through the BrandMeister network. To use this repeater, you need a DMR radio.

The SkyHub is usually on the repeater’s time slot 1 on the 310847 talk group. To program this in your radio, typically you will need to create a new contact with 310847, and then program a new channel to use that contact as a group call on the repeater frequency.

Guy Hill Repeater Site, Courtesy RMRL

 Transmit Output Frequency  449.750 MHz
 Receive Frequency  444.750 MHz
 Color Code  1
 Time Slot  1
 Talkgroup  310847 Talkgroup (SkyHubLink)

448.350 –  KD0SSP/R – Denver Water (Moffat) Treatment Plant (Wires-X Digital)

Provided by the Denver Water Amateur Radio Club, This repeater offers the Yaesu System Fusion C4FM digital mode from the radio tower at the water treatment plant. This offers excellent mobile and HT coverage in the Denver area, and coverage back up into the canyons in the mountains where some of the mountaintop repeaters are shadowed.  The repeater, while being a Fusion Digital connected into SkyHubLink via Wires-X, IS NOT SWITCHABLE to other Wires-X rooms, but is locked into SkyHubLink as a connecting point for the rest of the system thru a YSF link.  Please DO NOT try to change it in Wires-X command and control..


448.350 is permanently locked into the SkyHubLink Wires-X room.  Do NOT try to change rooms on this repeater.  See our other Wires-X enabled repeaters for that operation.

Photo: Repeater accessed by a FTM-400 Fusion Radio and the Moffat Lakewood Site.

 Transmit Output Frequency  448.350 MHz
 Receive Frequency  443.350 MHz
 Digital ID   NONE / OPEN
Wires-X Room (Permanent) SKYHUBLINK
 Wires-X Room Number  46361

449.625 KE0VH/R – Mt. Morrison Denver, Colorado (Wires-X)

This machine is located on Mt. Morrison just south of Golden, and provides Wires-X capability.

The Wires-X IS steerable, and any room can be joined.  to change Wires-X rooms please use the following instructions:

1. Put your radio in Wires-X mode to see what room the repeater is on.
if on SKYHUBLINK, say something to the effect “This is (callsign) is the 449.625 repeater in use?”

If not, (which will be most of the time probably) say your callsign and say that you are switching 449.625 to (Room) “America Link”, “TexasNexus”, etc.
Remember the repeater switches back to “SKYHUBLINK” after a half hour, so if using it you will have to switch back manually.

2. PLEASE DON’T leave the repeater locked into another room just for monitoring purposes only. Making contacts is great, listening for awhile to see who is on is fine, making contacts is encouraged but just using for personal background monitoring is not.

3. If not using the repeater please switch back to “SKYHUBLINK” although after a pre-determined time it will switch back automatically.  During our Monday Night Net it will be locked into the “SKYHUBLINK” at 7pm Mtn Time.

4. HAVE FUN! N3ZF Bernie has worked more than 80 countries and many states on 449.625 on the America Link room 21080. The world is online for your choice to make contacts with!

 Transmit Output Frequency  449.625 MHz
 Receive Frequency  444.625 MHz
 Digital ID   NONE / OPEN
Wires-X Room  SKYHUBLINK / Steerable
 Wires-X Room Number  46361 / Steerable

445.2625  Green Mountain/Lakewood, Denver, Colorado

Thanks to Luca VE2WKR for this repeater located in Lakewood with DMR coverage from Louisville down to south Denver and east to Aurora.  This is now the SECOND DMR repeater in the metro area for SkyHubLink. The frequency is 445.2625, minus offset,  CC 11.   The repeater is linked TG310847 SkyHubLink on Time Slot 2.  All other brandmeister traffic on TS1.

 Transmit Output Frequency  445.2625 MHz
 Receive Frequency 440.2625 MHz
 Color Code 7
 Time Slot 2
 Talkgroup  310847 SkyHubLink

447.175 – (pl 103.5) WØJRL/R Boulder, Colorado (Analog)

This repeater is located on the NE Side of Boulder and is now covering the Boulder “hole” as well as the surrounding communities and more.  Thanks to our good friend Vic Michaels for allowing us the space at his site.  We are actually using the Lookout Mountain 900 mhz repeater as the link system to be able to connect this repeater.

The repeater in the rack.  this is an interesting repeater in that we call it a “Franken-Fusion” machine.  The Yaesu transmitter in it originally stopped working. Skyler then removed it and installed a Motorola radio to be the transmit side.  You can still program the Yaesu receiver from the front panel but Skyler engineered a way to integrate the two and still have programming ability of the receiver.  Very ingenious!  So it could be a way to at least partially save a bad side to a Yaesu repeater.

Here Skyler WØSKY is installing the 900 Mhz relay antenna. We are using the 927.9250 Lookout Mountain repeater as the relay machine for the Boulder repeater.  So in the rack picture you also see a Kenwood 900 mhz radio that is acting as the link through the antenna above.  It is pointed back at Lookout Mountain above Golden.

Our friend Jim Carey who is a professional tower climber getting ready to go up to install the actual repeater antenna.  We are VERY GRATEFUL for his expertise and making this part of the project go so well.  Jim is also the owner/operator of the soon to be on air Parker Wires-X SkyHubLink repeater.

Jack KEØVH and Ben NØBAA installing 1/2 connectors on the feedline, and the repeater antenna installed on the tower.

 Transmit Output Frequency  447.175 MHz
 Receive Frequency  442.175 MHz
 PL   103.5 in / 186.2 out
Linked to SkyHubLink  Via AllStar/analog

447.050 – (pl 103.5 in/127.3 Out) WAØMJX/R Denver, Colorado (Analog)

This repeater is located at the 1670 Broadway building in Downtown Denver with good downtown city coverage, and also covers really well along the base of the foothills along C-470 and anwhere you have line of site to the downtown buildings.  Thanks SO MUCH to Jeff Grazi of Grazi Communications for making this repeater a part of SkyHubLink!

 Transmit Output Frequency  447.050 MHz
 Receive Frequency  442.050 MHz
 PL   103.5/127.3
Linked to SkyHubLink  Via AllStar/analog

449.600 – N0PUF/R Littleton Colorado (Wires-X)

This repeater offers coverage from Warren Mountain in the southwestern and western corridor along C-470, plus full metro coverage east and north of I-70.   It is provided by the Denver RadioLeague.  It is Wires-X capable and steerable to different Wires-X rooms.NØPUF/R Denver Radio League site on Warren Mtn southwest of Denver.   If you switch it to another Wires-X room, it will return to the SKYHUBLINK after a predetermined amount of time.


 Transmit Output Frequency  449.600 MHz
 Receive Frequency  444.600 MHz
 Digital ID   NONE / OPEN
Wires-X Room  SKYHUBLINK / Steerable
 Wires-X Room Number  46361 / Steerable

447.175 – (pl 103.5) KB5YZB/R lakewood, Mt. Chief, Colorado (Analog)

This new repeater supplied to SHL by Brett KB0YZB is  ON THE AIR from Mt. Chief near Tinytown south of Morrison.  It covers not only Denver but back into the mountains along Highway 285 and the communities around.  This repeater has more capabilities such as Echolink too.  More information on that will be posted here soon.  Thanks to NETEO for the internet connection on the mountain.

The repeater antenna over looking the Denver Metro area

 Transmit Output Frequency  447.100 MHz
 Receive Frequency  442.100 MHz
 PL Tone  103.5
AllStar and Echolink equipped  More information soon.

448.275 N2SKY/R – Parker/Aurora, Colorado (Wires-X)

This repeater is coming soon.  Stand by for more details and information.


447.800 K0SVT/R – Milner Mountain, Loveland, Colorado (Wires-X)

This repeater offers coverage from north Denver, north Aurora, and way out towards Strasburg Co, and north to the Wyoming line, Greeley, Milliken, Ft. Collins, Loveland, Longmont and more.  This repeater is home based on SkyHubLink Wires-X room 46361, but is Wires-X steerable to all rooms available.   

927.9750 – (pl 67.0) W0SKY/R Denver, Colorado (Analog)

This repeater offers coverage on the 33cm band in Denver and is located on Lookout Mountain. This repeater is built by W0SKY, and has a sector antenna giving 180 degree coverage in the front range. Excellent 900 HT coverage is offered in downtown Denver.

This is currently one of the only Analog repeaters on 900MHz in the front range, and will hopefully encourage more hams to experiment with the band.

The split is 25.9375MHz. The reason for the odd split is to deal with interference problems on the mountaintop.

This repeater is Linked in through AllStar link node 40195.

Left Photo: Wide Beam Sector antenna facing towards the city. (w0sky)

Right Photo: Repeater in the rack at lookout (w0sky)

 Transmit Output Frequency  927.9750 MHz
 Receive Frequency  902.0375 MHz
 Uplink CTCSS  67.0 Hz
 Downlink CTCSS  67.0 Hz
 Mode  Analog FM. AllStar 40195

449.850 – (pl 103.5) N2SKY/R Colorado Springs, Colorado (Analog)

This analog repeater offers coverage throughout Colorado Springs and is located at Gardner Rock. I-25 coverage spans from Monument Pass to Fountain, and way out east of the city.

 Transmit Output Frequency 449.850 MHz
 Receive Frequency  444.850 MHz
 Uplink CTCSS  103.5 Hz
 Downlink CTCSS  103.5 Hz
 Mode  Analog FM. AllStar 40197

447.425 – N2SKY/R Colorado Springs CO (Wires-X)

Located at Gardner Rock courtesy of our good friend Vic Michael we have moved this repeater to this location with MUCH IMPROVED Fusion/Wires-X coverage for Colorado Springs and beyond!  This site is now also internet linked via amateur radio 5 ghz frequencies to our internet supplier, becoming the FIRST SHL radio linked site for both repeaters!  Thanks to Skyler WØSKY as always for making the technology happen for SkyHubLink!


 Transmit Output Frequency  447.425 MHz
 Receive Frequency  442.425 MHz
Linked to SkyHubLink  Wires-X room 46361

439.800 (-) Mt. Milner, Loveland, Colorado

Thanks to Luca VE2WKR for this repeater located on Mt. Milner with DMR coverage from Mt. Milner above Loveland .  This is now the 3rd DMR repeater in the north front range for SkyHubLink. The frequency is 439.800, minus offset,  Color Code 11.   The repeater is linked to TG310847 SkyHubLink on Time Slot 2.  All other Brandmeister traffic on TS1, including

TGIF on TS1 4+6digit TG (4TTTTTT)

DMR+ on TS1 8+4digit TG (8DDDD)

send TG4000 to unlink.

448.400 – N2SKY Buckhorn Mt./Ft. Collins (Analog)

The Cliff Mikkelsen NØZUQ Memorial repeater is now located on Buckhorn Mountain W of Ft. Collins  CO with coverage from north of Wyoming and I-25 around 120th Avenue in Thornton and area’s east pf Denver and more..  Pictures  of this large area repeater to come soon.

Thanks to the crew, Dan, Skyler WØSKY, Burness KIØAR, George K3SAD, and Daniel KFØFDF and Jack KEØVH for the work and all getting done.  Tower climbing was Skyler and Daniel, and ground crew being handled by Burness, George and Jack.

 Transmit Output Frequency  448.400 MHz
 Receive Frequency  443.400 MHz
 PL  103.5
Linked to SkyHubLink  Via AllStar/analog

449.575 – N2SKY Baculite Mesa/Pueblo pl 103.5 (Analog)

The N2SKY repeater is located at Baculite Mesa at about 120 Feet on the tower.  This facility also houses the KDØSBN Fusion Wires-X repeater.  This analog repeater has been upgraded with 65 watts of output power and a tremendous signal in SE CO, plus can also operate without the amplifier at 20 watts if needed for backup.  Thanks to Steve KDØSBN, Skyler WØSKY, Daniel KFØFDF, Kat WØKPH and her husband Earl, and Gary NC2WX for the hard work on this site.

 Transmit Output Frequency  449.575 MHz
 Receive Frequency  444.575 MHz
 PL  103.5
Linked to SkyHubLink  Via AllStar/analog


447.200 NC2WX/R – Baculite Mesa Pueblo, Colorado (Wires-X)

This repeater owned and operated by Gary NC2WX provides Wires-X coverage for Pueblo and the surrounding area from Baculite Mesa in addition to the analog N2SKY All Star repeater.

Transmit 447.200

Receive 442.200 Wires-X steerable homeroom SkyHubLink

448.750 – (pl 103.5) N2SKY/R Vail, Colorado (Analog)

With great coverage in the mountains around Vail, Edwards, Avon, and I-70 from Vail Pass to Eagle, this repeater located at the top of the Vail Mountain Ski Resort should reach south to Tennessee Pass, and the highway between Minturn and Leadville.  Thanks also to KZYR 97.7 Radio and Steve the owner for providing internet and housing the node radio link at his studio’s in Edwards.  Mark NØXRX, Skyler WØSKY and Jack KEØVH installed the repeater at the site above 11,000 feet in a comms building with commanding views of the surrounding mountains!

Transmit Output Frequency  448.750 MHz
 Receive Frequency  443.750 MHz
 PL   103.5
Linked to SkyHubLink  Via AllStar/analog

449.750 – (pl 103.5) N2SKY/R Leadville, Colorado (Analog)

Our repeater covering the entire Leadville valley, surrounding mountains (including several 14’ners) is housed at the Colorado College Mountain Campus in Leadville.  Thanks to our benefactors for allowing us to be on their tower at that site.  AND, a big thanks to Galvanized Endeavors for donating their time and tower climbing capabilities for mounting our antenna on top of the tower!

Dallas, Tor and Clay from our great friends with Galvanized Endeavors Tower Company (including GM Daniel and owner Alex Arpin) out of Colorado Springs.  GE is one of our great benefactors, helping out SkyHubLink with donations of time, internet, tower expertise and more!

The repeater in the “shack” on the campus of Colorado Mountain College in Leadville.

Transmit Output Frequency  449.750 MHz
 Receive Frequency  444.750 MHz
 PL   103.5
Linked to SkyHubLink  Via AllStar/analog NOT CONNECTED YET

447.425 – (pl 103.5) N2SKY/R Akron, Colorado (Analog)

Thanks to Derek KCØLCD, Skyler WØSKY, Tom KD4DT, Paul KFØEYS, Daniel KFØFDF, and Jack KEØVH (in the pictures below) for the work and help in getting the NEW Akron CO 447.425 repeater on the air from the site just west of Akron CO.  This repeater replaces the older Akron repeater with a much wider coverage over the NE I-76 corridor, with solid communication for Akron, Otis, Ft. Morgan, Brush, up to Sterling and the Pawnee Grasslands area as well.  This UHF repeater has great overlap for the Sterling and Holyoke, and the coverage along the north front range.

 Transmit Output Frequency  447.425 MHz
 Receive Frequency  442.425 MHz
 PL   103.5
Linked to SkyHubLink  Via AllStar/analog


447.400 (-) 103.5 pl N2SKY/R Laramie/Cheyenne WY (Analog)   

The view to the west of Laramie WY

Transmit Output Frequency 447.400
 Receive Frequency 442.400
PL Tone/Offset 103.5 / -5 mhz
Analog All Star  Via AllStar/analog

Thanks to Derek KCØLCD,  Daryl W3ORR, and Skyler WØSKY for the help in getting it on air.  Large coverage area!  This repeater is now Analog AllStar covering a large area around Laramie and Cheyenne WY.

The repeater coverage for SE Wyoming from Pilot Hill east of Laramie

449.200 (-) W3ORR/R Cheyenne WY  WIRES-X

The repeater is linked to SkyHubLink via Wires-X and is steerable to other Wires-X rooms.  This repeater fills in the city and beyond where the Pilot Hill repeater was overshooting coverage of the main Cheyenne area.   We are hoping to move this repeater to a new better location 2024 for better coverage.

Coverage of YSF C4FM Linked 449.200 W3ORR/R

447.425 (-) 103.5 pl N2SKY/R Rawlins/Saratoga/Elk Mountain I-80 to Laramie WY (Analog)

This repeater is located on Elk Mountain with a TREMENDOUS view from above 11,000 feet of the surrounding country side.  Coverage is from way west of Rawlins and to Laramie, also covering to the north.  The antenna and radio is housed in a very unusual tube/tower to protect the co-located broadcast FM station from the winter blasting that this site gets in winter.  It is a complimentary coverage repeater for the Pilot Hill Laramie Repeater providing a long uninterrupted coverage of I-80 in middle to south east Wyoming.

Node radio and link antenna (yagi pointing to the right) from facility down in Saratoga

Very interesting “tower” shelter on top of Elk Mountain.  This structure houses the broadcast antenna’s for the local radio stations plus our repeater antenna, seen inside the structure in the photos below.

Inside the structure, showing our repeater antenna and its placement inside.  These antenna’s are certainly protected from the harsh winter environment on Elk Mountain!

Transmit Output Frequency 447.425
 Receive Frequency 442.425
Offset 00/-5 mhz
PL Tone  103.5

145.250 – (103.5) N0PRG/R Sunshine Peak Steamboat Springs, Colorado (Analog)

Thanks to Danny NØPRG for this repeater on Sunshine Peak above the Steamboat Springs Ski Resort with a huge signal over the Yampa Valley and also east down thru Kremling and on to north of Silverthorne.  This repeater will provide a big service to area and thru many sparsely served repeater area’s.

Transmit Output Frequency 145.250
 Receive Frequency 145.650
Offset 00/-5 mhz
AllStar Node # 552460 AllStar Linked to SkyHubLink

447.425 (-) N2SKY/R Steamboat Springs CO Wires-X

This repeater is now full Wires-X operation 09/13/2023

The repeater is located at the top of the Storm Peak Ski lift above Steamboat and serves the Yampa and Emerald Valley area’s out to Hayden and Craig.  Thanks to Don of KBCR/KRAI Radio for providing our internet link.  Thanks to Keri N2KNK for providing the repeater antenna and Vic Michael of RF Towers LLC for allowing us to be on the site.


 Transmit Output Frequency  447.425 MHz
 Receive Frequency  442.425 MHz
 Digital ID   NONE / OPEN
YSF Fusion (Permanent)  YSF Fusion Digital
 YSF Reflector Number  92722

449.125 – N2SKY/R Cotopaxi/Westcliffe CO (Wires-X ANALOG)  

Thanks to Bill WØHG for the facilities housing the 449.125 analog repeater from the hilltop near Cotopaxi covering the eastern SangreDe Christo Mountain east valley, Cotopaxi, Westcliffe and the other communities in the area.

 Transmit Output Frequency  449.125 MHz
 Receive Frequency  444.125 MHz
 PL TONE   103.5
 Wires-X Room  SKYHUBLINK / NOT Steerable
 Wires-X Room Number  46361 / NOT Steerable

447.200 – NC2WX/R Pueblo CO (Wires-X)

The new replacement Wires-X repeater in Pueblo is ON THE AIR and connected to SkyHubLink now and is serving southern Colorado from Baculite Mesa.  Thanks to Gary NC2WX, Bucky W0SUN, and all who have supported and helped to bring this project to final ON AIR Status!  This repeater will also be the flagship repeater for the SkyHubLink Weather Outlook NET Monday thru Saturday at 1pm Mountain time and is also a SkyWarn repeater.

449.950 – (pl 103.5) N2SKY/R Pagosa Springs, Colorado (Analog)

Thanks to Keith KSØW for hosting this SkyHubLink repeater in SW CO as you travel along Highway 160 & 84.

 Transmit Output Frequency  449.950 MHz
 Receive Frequency  444.950 MHz
 PL  103.5
Linked to SkyHubLink  Via AllStar/analog

449.625 – (pl 94.8) Monte Vista, Colorado (Analog) 

447.100 – (pl 77.0) Center, Colorado (Analog) 

Thanks to Dave NØKM and Bob NO1PB for setting up and the S.A.R.A group for the operation of the repeaters in the San Luis Valley.  More information and a coverage map are coming soon.

 Transmit Output Frequency  449.625 & 447.100 MHz
 Receive Frequency  444.625 & 442.100 MHz
 PL   94.8 and 77.0
Linked to SkyHubLink  Via AllStar/analog

446.750  N6JPH Blanca, Colorado

Thanks to Jason N6JPH for the DMR repeater covering Alamosa, Monte Vista, and the San Luis Valley from near Blanca.  Time slot 1 is locked to SkyHubLink, Time slot 2 is open for any use.  Use Color Code 1 for this repeater.

 Transmit Output Frequency  446.750 MHz
 Receive Frequency  441.750 MHz
Color Code 1
Linked to SkyHubLink  Time Slot 1 locked on Talk Group 310847
Time Slot 2 can be steered to other Talk Groups.

442.125 – (pl 123.0) KC5ORO/R Socorro, New Mexico (Analog)

Located on West Peak near the New Mexico Tech Campus in Socorro NM, this repeater provides tremendous Southern New Mexico Coverage along I-25 North to Albuquerque, South of Truth or Consequences and West to Magdalena. This repeater was installed by W0SKY and is linked to AllStar link via an RF link to the campus engineering building. The repeater is maintained by the New Mexico Tech Amateur Radio Association (TARA). 

Right: Repeater Rack (w0sky)

Below: View from Mountain (w0sky)

 Transmit Output Frequency  442.125 MHz
 Receive Frequency  447.125 MHz
 Uplink CTCSS  123.0 Hz
 Downlink CTCSS  123.0 Hz
 Mode  Analog FM. AllStar 45499

Limon, Cedar Point, Hugo, and Stratton along I-70 on the Eastern Plains (Wires-X)

Thanks to Bill, KD0OXW for linking his repeaters (Digital side) to the Wires-X 46361 SkyHubLink Room.  These repeaters are also fully Wires-X steerable so you can connect them to other Wires-X rooms, then they will “homeroom” on SHL 46361.

Analog can be used locally around the repeaters, Fusion digital is linked to SHL in DN mode only on your Fusion radio.  Please do not use VW mode.  This will not be heard over the linked system.  During High Altitude balloon flights launching from Deer Trail these repeaters are switched to analog mode and are connected to 449.450 via the SkyHubLink auxilliary AllStar node for tracking and recovery operations.

  1. Cedar Point CO, 447.650 DIGITAL is KD0OXW-CDR.  Locally analog pl 103.5  Analog is NOT linked.
  2. First View CO, 447.600 IS ANALOG is KD0OXW-FV.  pl 103.5  Analog IS linked NO DIGITAL.
  3. Hugo CO, KD0OXW 447.150 DIGITAL ONLY at this time.

WELCOME BILL and all the hams out east on the plains!

146.895 – (100.0) ABØPC/R Bailey, Colorado (Analog).

Thanks to Mike ABØRR and the folks with the Park County Amateur Radio Club for the connections with the Bailey and Fairplay repeaters completing coverage along Hiway 285 from SW Denver and on over Kenosha Pass and out to the rest of South Park to Buena Vista.  See their webpage at:

147.090 – (100.0) ABØPC/R Fairplay/South Park, Colorado (Analog).


NOTE: These repeaters are all able to be connected to SkyHubLink at anytime with the *3 46079 touchtone input from your radio and will stay connected for a half hour after no connectivity.  You can reconnect them as needed.

Keri N2KNK on the tower at a repeater site (photo courtesy of N2KNK)

See the NEW interactive map showing the coverages for the N2KNK system at this site:

N2KNK Repeater Western Slope System

You can click on the above map for an interactive version

449.650 – (151.4) N2KNK/R (Grand Junction, Colorado (Analog).

This repeater is owned and maintained by Keri, N2KNK and offers a large footprint near Grand Junction from the top of Grand mesa. This is permanently linked to the Montrose and Gunnison repeaters through an RF link. This repeater offers wide-area coverage along US-50 and I-70 and good HT coverage into Grand Junction.


Photo, View from the top of Grand mesa looking North ( w0sky) 

 Transmit Output Frequency  449.650 MHz
 Receive Frequency  444.650 MHz
 Uplink CTCSS  151.4 Hz
 Downlink CTCSS  151.4 Hz
 Mode  Analog FM. AllStar 41304

448.650 – (pl 151.4) N2KNK/R Waterdog Mtn Montrose, Colorado (Analog)

This repeater is also provided by Keri, and offers wide-area coverage in the Montrose area from Waterdog peak. It is full-time linked to Grand Junction and Gunnison through an RF link.

 Transmit Output Frequency  448.650 MHz
 Receive Frequency  443.650 MHz
 Uplink CTCSS  151.4 Hz
 Downlink CTCSS  151.4 Hz
 Mode  Analog FM. AllStar 41304

447.650 – (pl 151.4) N2KNK/R Gunnison Colorado (Analog)

This repeater is also provided by N2KNK, and offers wide-area coverage in the Gunnison area from W mountain or Tenderfoot peak. It is full-time linked to Grand Junction and Montrose through an RF link. Coverage is provided into the Gunnison valley and East and west along Highway 50.

 Transmit Output Frequency  447.650 MHz
 Receive Frequency  442.650 MHz
 Uplink CTCSS  151.4 Hz
 Downlink CTCSS  151.4 Hz
 Mode  Analog FM. AllStar 41304

447.175  – (151.4) N2KNK/R Grand Junction, Colorado (Analog and NXDN RAM 11 from BlackRidge Mtn).

The NEW (May 16th) 447.175 Repeater covering from Utah down to Montrose across the Grand Junction valley is on the air and filling in an area previously not covered or covered sporadically.  It is also NXDN capable on RAM 11 digital, both linked to SkyHubLink.


447.650 – (151.4) N2KNK/R (Willow Mountain, Colorado (Analog).

Another repeater on the western slope provided by Keri N2KNK and coverage along a great deal of I-70 from east of Grand Junction into Utah including the Moab area.  We will get a better map coverage picture soon.  This repeater along with the other N2KNK repeaters will be utilized by the Mesa County SAR group and other emergency agencies.  THANKS KERI for this incredible coverage repeater.


 Transmit Output Frequency  447.650 MHz
 Receive Frequency  442.650 MHz
 Uplink CTCSS  151.4 Hz
 Downlink CTCSS  151.4 Hz
 Mode  Analog FM. AllStar 41304

449.700 – (107.2) N2KNK/R (GrayHead Mountain, Telluride Colorado (Analog).

This analog AllStar repeater covers Telluride, Norwood, Naturita, Nucla and many of the mountain area’s around Telluride.  Thanks again to Keri N2KNK for making this repeater available to SkyHubLink in SW Colorado.

The repeater and the views from the site.  Pictures courtesy of N2KNK

Transmit Output Frequency  449.700 MHz
 Receive Frequency  444.700 MHz
 PL   107.2
Linked to SkyHubLink  Via AllStar/analog

447.650 – (131.8) N2KNK/R (Uranium Mountain, Meeker/Craig Colorado (Analog).

Transmit Output Frequency 447.650 MHz Receive Frequency 442.650 MHz PL  131.8 Linked to SkyHubLink Via AllStar/analog

449.875 – (151.4) N2KNK/R Sunlight Peak, Glenwood Springs Colorado


Transmit Output Frequency  449.875 MHz
 Receive Frequency  444.875 MHz
 PL 151.4
Linked to SkyHubLink  Via AllStar/analog


448.400 – (PL 103.5) N2SKY Mt. Princeton Salida/Buena Vista (Analog)

The Arkansas Valley from north of Buena Vista to SE of Salida is covered by the repeater from 10,800 feet on the eastern slope of Mt. Princeton in the Collegiate range in Central Colorado.  Thanks to KTLF Radio for the internet connection and Derek K0ATV for all the help and work on this project.


448.250 – (pl 103.5) W5WCA Grand Lake CO (Analog)

Cris W5WCA runs this fulltime analog repeater in Grand Lake CO linked to the AllStar connection for the SkyHubLink

447.950 – (pl 103.5) N2SKY Craig CO (Analog)

This repeater covers a large area around Craig from Cedar Mountain and east over the Yampa Valley.  Thanks to our good friend Danny NØPRG for installing and maintaining this repeater.  Pictures and coverage map will be posted here soon.

444.825 + N0PRG/R Craig CO (YSF 446.725 -) & (445.025 – DMR TG 310847)

Digital coverage both YSF (Fusion) and DMR in the Yampa Valley thanks to Danny NØPRG.  More is coming with a analog repeater on 145.250 on Werner Mountain Steamboat Springs soon.  Stand by!

444.825 + (pl 100.0) N0NEB/R Scottsbluff Nebraska (Analog)

AllStar node 50620 is now online linked to the SkyHub on the N0NEB/R 444.825 repeater located at the Regional West Medical Center in Scottsbluff.  + offset, PL 100hz.  The AllStar link is operated by Larry KCØWVE and the repeater is owned by the Tri City Amateur Radio Club and maintained by Larry.  Output is 45 watts.

 Transmit Output Frequency  444.825 MHz
 Receive Frequency  449.825 MHz
Linked to SkyHubLink  Wires-X room 46361

444.250 (+) NØNEB/R Scottsbluff NE (YSF C4FM)

Rick Brown owns and operate two repeaters here,  224.600/223.000 carrier squelch and 444.250/449.250 PL 156.7.  The 444.250 machine is BridgeCom BCR-40U with a MMDVM to support digital modes. Currently it has DMR turned on,  using the BrandMeister network. I also have YSF enabled and locked to the Skyhub YSF92722 reflector.  WiresX pass through is turned off. The antenna is a Comet CX-333 at 100 feet fed with 7/8-inch Heliax.  I have the .250 repeater set to 25 watts but lose 3Db thru the Motorola duplexer so about 12-13 watts to the antenna.

Site Coordinates are 41.94058333 N.  And -103.65638889 W. We call this site Victory Hill.

Both repeaters use the club N0NEB callsign.

The Tri Cities Radio Amateur Club has purchased two Yaesu DR-2X repeaters. We are planning to deploy them at our Victory Hill and Banner County sites. Logan KE0SHV and Rick W0SSB are working on linking the new repeaters in analog mode. 147.075/147.675 PL 127.3 is located at Victory Hill and 147.000/146.400 PL 103.5 is at Banner County.  The club is replacing the 100-foot Rohn 25 tower at Victory Hill this summer. We have 70 feet of Rohn 45. We’ll be replacing the feedlines as well.  All are on the  SkyHubLink system.

If you have any questions, you can contact me at

145.295 – (pl 100.0) WAØJTB Sterling CO (Analog)

146.926 – (pl 100.0) NØONL Ft. Morgan CO (Analog) Linked via radio

146.955 – (pl 100.0) NØFON Holyoke (Analog) Linked via radio

We now have SkyHubLink coverage over a large portion of NE CO with the addition of repeaters in Sterling, Ft. Morgan and Holyoke run by our good friend Kent NØONL and Damon NØFON.  These repeaters are tied into the SkyHubLink via AllStar.  The repeaters are linked to each other via a radio link and then thru the Sterling repeater to the SkyHubLink via AllStar.  More information and coverage maps are coming.  Here is the main information for the Sterling repeater.

 Transmit Output Frequency  145.295 MHz Sterling
 Receive Frequency  144.695 MHz Sterling
 PL  100.0
Linked to SkyHubLink  Via AllStar/analog


 Transmit Output Frequency  145.280 MHz
 Receive Frequency  144.680 MHz
 PL  103.5
Linked to SkyHubLink  Via AllStar/analog

444.500 – AE7RJ Spokane WA (Fusion Wires-X) and analog

FM: Yes, the repeater is  Analog capable, but not recommended.  You will not be heard on SkyHubLink, just locally.
Repeater is DN only in digital, No VW, or VoiceWide are used on this repeater and the rest of SkyHubLink.
“Homerooms” on WiRES-X Room 46361 SkyHubLink.  Moving the node to a new room is permitted without prior approval.  Node will return automatically to SkyHubLink after 30 mins.
Downlink: 444.50000
Uplink: 449.50000a
Offset: +5.0 MHzb
Uplink Tone: 136.5
Downlink Tone: 136.5
Wires-X Digital Enabled
DG-ID: Open ↑ / Open ↓
WIRES-X: 55626
County: Spokane
GPS*: 47.34460000 -117.17510000
Grid: DN17JI
Call: AE7RJ
Op Status: ON-AIR On-Air
Coverage: Covers most of Spokane County
FM: Yes; analog capable.
Analog Bandwidth: 25.0 kHz
Commands: DN and VW modes available

442.000 + offset VA5SKY/R Saskatoon Saskatchewan (Wires-X)

The VA5SKY Fusion Wires-X repeater is on the air on SkyHubLink covering a 50 km radius around Saskatoon in Canada.  Thanks to Rich VE5RH for setting up this fine system north of the border on SkyHubLink!

DR-2X Repeater, 125 watt TPL  amplifier (LMS) series.

 Transmit Output Frequency  442.000 MHz
 Receive Frequency  447.000 MHz
 Digital ID   NONE / OPEN
Wires-X Room (Steerable) (Steerable to other Wires-X Rooms
 Wires-X Room Number  46361

147.200 Simplex VA4REM/R The Pas Manitoba (Wires-X)

Thanks so much to our friend Randy VE4REM for providing communications with SkyHubLink in the town of The Pas in Manitoba.  More information and a coverage map and pictures are coming to this listing soon.

145.170 – KB7SQS/R – Twin Falls ID (Fusion WIres-X)

 Transmit Output Frequency  145.170 MHz
 Receive Frequency  144.570 MHz
 Digital ID   NONE / OPEN
Wires-X Room (Steerable) (Steerable to other Wires-X Rooms
 Wires-X Room Number  46361

442.150 NØANC/R – St. Cloud Minnesota (Fusion Wires-X)

Thanks to Shannon NØANC and the repeater group from the St. Cloud Hospital for the addition of SkyHubLink Coverage in the area.  The repeater is open for all to use and when visiting the area be sure to stop in and chat with the folks up there, and keep in touch with those back here via SkyHubLink.











147.285 N7SWX/R – Iron Mtn, Upper Peninsula, Michigan (Wires-X)

Rob N7SWX has put the 146.285 repeater on SkyHubLink from the upper peninsula in Michigan.                               .

Rob at the site, the antenna on the tower, and the repeater enclosure.


443.800 – N0YK/R Scott City KS (AMS Wires-X ANALOG)

Thanks to Chad NØYK for the ANALOG Wires-X linked repeater in Scott City Kansas.  The repeater also operates digital via the AMS (Automatic Mode Select) function of the Yaesu repeaters.  But right now the repeater is linked to SkyHubLink via the analog function.

 Transmit Output Frequency  443.800 MHz
 Receive Frequency  448.800 MHz
 CTCSS   88.5 PL
Wires-X Room (Steerable) (Steerable to other Wires-X Rooms
 Wires-X Room Number  46361

447.675 KC1LVB/R – Orange CT  (Fusion Wires-X)

Thanks so much to Robert KC1LVB  Stuardo AD2AJ for coverage along Interstate 95 from New Haven to Fairfield in Connecticut.

 Transmit Output Frequency  447.675 MHz
 Receive Frequency  442.675 MHz
Linked to SkyHubLink  Wires-X room 46361

448.850 Simplex VA6QAS – Calgary Alberta Canada (Fusion WIres-X)

Thanks to Ameer VA6QAS for the new coverage in Calgary Alberta Canada.  Ameer welcomes all to the SkyHubLink System and the local 448.850 Simplex repeater, fully Wires-X switchable for all the different rooms available for communication, but it homerooms back on SkyHubLink for general amateur communication.

146.780 – PL 100.0 W8RH/R Maricopa AZ (AMS Wires-X/ANALOG)

THIS REPEATER IS BACK ON SKYHUBLINK Wires-X 46361, fully Wires-X steerable to other rooms but homerooms on SkyHubLink.  thanks to Bob W8RH!

 Transmit Output Frequency  146.780 MHz
 Receive Frequency  146.180 MHz
 CTCSS 100.0/None digital
Wires-X Room (Steerable) (Steerable to other Wires-X Rooms
 Wires-X Room Number  Direct 28445

145.62 – PL 100.0 W6FO Fallon NV (Wires-X)

The W6FO Simplex node (74826) and room (84826) running on the system in Fallon, Nevada. The system running simplex on 145.625 with the antenna at 60’ AGL which gives anyone with in 35 miles access.  Wires-X to connects to SkyhubLink, is Wires-X switchable to other rooms, and it reverts back to SkyHubLink after 30 minutes of inactivity.

 Transmit Output Frequency  145.625 MHz
 Receive Frequency  145.625 MHz
 CTCSS None digital
Wires-X Room (Steerable) (Steerable to other Wires-X Rooms
 Wires-X Room Number  Direct 74826