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Colorado’s 14,000 foot peaks or fourteeners as known by locals

What is a fourteener? A peak that rises 14,000 feet or more above sea level. Colorado is home to more of these than any other state. (Alaska has 22; California has 12; Washington has 1) There are 58 fourteeners in Colorado and a select club that has ascended all of them.

*** In the descriptions below please note there are other ascent routes that are more difficult, google the Colorado fourteener you are planning to hike for additional information.

Exposure ratings:

0 – No exposure on the trail & the terrain is gentle
1 – Mild exposure in the vicinity
2 – Mild exposure close proximity to the trail
3 – Moderate exposure close to the trail, could be avoidable with slow hiking
4 – Serious exposure very dangerous if you fell, routes are more technical
5 – Dangerous exposure requires technical experience, big drops
6 – Vertical exposure very technical, requires roped climbing route

Colorado Fourteeners Mountain Climbing & Hiking Guide

Mt. Elbert 14,433’ Sawatch Range

  • Mt. Elbert
  • Rank: 1 of 53
  • Elevation: 14,433'
  • Range: Sawatch
  • Counties:
  • Towns: Leadville, Twin Lakes and Aspen

Mt. Massive 14,421’ Sawatch Range

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Exposure: Mild exposure very close to the route. Route options may be limited but you should be able to walk past the exposure area.
  • Trailhead: Mt. Massive
  • Start: 10,080 feet
  • Summit: 14,421 feet
  • Total Gain: 4,500 feet
  • RT Length: 14.50 miles

Mt. Harvard 14,420’ Sawatch Range

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Ski: Intermediate
  • Exposure: Mild exposure very close to the route. Route options may be limited but you should be able to walk past the exposure area.
  • Trailhead: N. Cottonwood Creek
  • Start: 9,900 feet
  • Summit: 14,420 feet
  • Total Gain: 4,600 feet

Blanca Peak 14,345’ Sangre de Cristo

  • Difficulty: Class 1
  • Exposure: No exposure in the area. Gentle terrain.
  • Trailhead: Lake Como (Blanca Peak)
  • Start: 8,000 feet
  • Upper Elevation: 11,750 feet
  • Total Gain: 3,900 feet
  • RT Length: 11.00 miles

La Plata Peak 14,336’ Sawatch Range

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Exposure: Mild exposure very close to the route. Route options may be limited but you should be able to walk past the exposure area.
  • Trailhead: La Plata Peak
  • Start: 10,000 feet
  • Summit: 14,336 feet
  • Total Gain: 4,500 feet
  • RT Length: 9.25 miles

Uncompahgre Peak 14,309’ San Juan Mountains

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Ski: Intermediate
  • Exposure: Mild exposure very close to the route. Route options may be limited but you should be able to walk past the exposure area.
  • Trailhead: Nellie Creek
  • Start: 11,400 feet
  • Summit: 14,309 feet
  • Total Gain: 3,000 feet
  • 5,505 feet starting at 2WD TH (9,350')
  • RT Length: 7.25 miles - 15.25 miles starting at 2WD TH (9,350')

Crestone Peak 14,294’ Sangre de Cristo

  • Difficulty: Class 3
  • Exposure: More serious exposure that could result in serious injury or death if you fell. Moving past the area will require some scrambling or short technical moves.
  • Trailhead: South Colony Lakes
  • Start: 9,900 feet
  • Summit: 14,197 feet
  • Total Gain: 4,400 feet starting at upper 4wd TH (9,900)
  • 5,550 feet starting at lower 2wd TH (8,800)
  • RT Length: 12 miles starting at upper 4wd TH (9,900)
  • 18 miles starting at lower 2wd TH (8,800)

Mt. Lincoln 14,286’ Mosquito Range

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Exposure: Mild exposure in the area but not along the immediate route.
  • Trailhead: Kite Lake New
  • Start: 12,000 feet
  • Summit: 14,286 feet
  • Total Gain: 2,600 feet
  • RT Length: 6.00 miles

Grays Peak 14,270’ Front Range

  • Difficulty: Class 1
  • Ski: Intermediate,
  • Exposure: Mild exposure in the area but not along the immediate route.
  • Trailhead: Grays Peak New
  • Start: 11,280 feet
  • Summit: 14,270 feet
  • Total Gain: 3,000 feet

Mt. Antero 14,269’ Sawatch Range

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Exposure: Mild exposure very close to the route. Route options may be limited but you should be able to walk past the exposure area.
  • Trailhead: Baldwin Gulch
  • Start: 9,400 feet
  • Summit: 14,269 feet
  • Total Gain: 5,200 feet from the 2WD trailhead
  • 2,400 feet if you drive a 4WD to 12,000'
  • RT Length: 16 miles from the 2WD trailhead - 7 miles if you drive a 4WD to 12,000’

Torreys Peak 14,267’ Front Range

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Ski: Intermediate,
  • Exposure: Mild exposure in the area but not along the immediate route.
  • Trailhead: Grays Peak
  • Start: 11,280 feet
  • Summit: 14,267 feet
  • Total Gain: 3,000 feet
  • RT Length: 8.00 miles

Castle Peak 14,265’ Elk Mountains

  • Difficulty: Difficult Class 2
  • Exposure: Moderate exposure along the immediate route. It should be avoidable with some slow hiking or scrambling.
  • Trailhead: Castle Creek
  • Start: 9,800 feet
  • Summit: 14,265 feet
  • Total Gain: 4,600' if you start at the main trailhead 3,100 feet if you start at 11,200'
  • RT Length:13.5 miles if you start at the main trailhead 7 miles if you start hiking from 11,200'

Quandary Peak 14,265’ Tenmile Range

  • Difficulty: Class 1
  • Ski: Intermediate,
  • Exposure: Mild exposure in the area but not along the immediate route.
  • Trailhead: Quandary New
  • Start: 10,850 feet
  • Summit: 14,265 feet
  • Total Gain: 3,450 feet
  • RT Length: 6.75 miles

Mt. Evans 14,264’ Front Range

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Exposure: Mild exposure very close to the route. Route options may be limited but you should be able to walk past the exposure area.
  • Trailhead: Echo Lake
  • Start: 10,650 feet
  • Summit: 14,264 feet
  • Total Gain: 5,600 feet
  • RT Length: 16.5 - 17.5 miles

Longs Peak 14,255’ Front Range

  • Difficulty: Class 3
  • Exposure: More serious exposure that could result in serious injury or death if you fell. Moving past the area will require some scrambling or short technical moves.
  • Trailhead: Longs Peak
  • Start: 9,400 feet
  • Summit: 14,255 feet
  • Total Gain: 5,300 feet
  • RT Length: 13 miles

Mt. Wilson 14,246’ San Juan Mountains

  • Difficulty: Class 1
  • Exposure: Mild exposure in the area but not along the immediate route.
  • Trailhead: Navajo Lake
  • Start: 9,350 feet
  • Upper Elevation: 13,000 feet
  • Total Gain: 2,000' - 3,700'
  • RT Length: Navajo Lake: 9.5 miles RT
  • Upper Navajo Basin: 12 - 14 miles RT

Mt. Shavano 14,229’ Sawatch Range

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Ski: Intermediate,
  • Exposure: Mild exposure very close to the route. Route options may be limited but you should be able to walk past the exposure area.
  • Trailhead: Shavano/Tabeguache New
  • Start: 9,750 feet
  • Summit: 14,229 feet
  • Total Gain: 4,600 feet
  • RT Length: 9.25 miles

Mt. Belford 14,197’ Sawatch Range

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Ski: Intermediate,
  • Exposure: Mild exposure in the area but not along the immediate route.
  • Trailhead: Missouri Gulch
  • Start: 9,650 feet
  • Summit: 14,197 feet
  • Total Gain: 4,500 feet
  • RT Length: 8.00 miles

Crestone Needle 14,197’ Sangre de Cristo

  • Difficulty: Class 3
  • Exposure: More serious exposure that could result in serious injury or death if you fell. Moving past the area will require some scrambling or short technical moves.
  • Trailhead: South Colony Lakes New
  • Start: 9,900 feet
  • Summit: 14,197 feet
  • Total Gain: 4,400 feet starting at upper 4wd TH (9,900) 5,550 feet starting at lower 2wd TH (8,800)
  • RT Length: 12 miles starting at upper 4wd TH (9,900) 18 miles starting at lower 2wd TH (8,800)

Mt. Princeton 14,197’ Sawatch Range

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Ski: Advanced,
  • Exposure: Mild exposure very close to the route. Route options may be limited but you should be able to walk past the exposure area.
  • Trailhead: Mt. Princeton Road New
  • Start: 8,900 feet
  • Summit: 14,197 feet
  • Total Gain: 5,400' if you start at the main trailhead (8,900')3,200' if you start near 11,000' on the road
  • RT Length: 13.25 miles if you start at the main trailhead (8,900') 6.5 miles if you start near 11,000' on the road

Mt. Yale 14,196’ Sawatch Range

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Exposure: Mild exposure very close to the route. Route options may be limited but you should be able to walk past the exposure area.
  • Trailhead: Denny Creek
  • Start: 9,900 feet
  • Summit: 14,196 feet
  • Total Gain: 4,300 feet
  • RT Length: 9.50 miles

Mt. Bross 14,172’ Mosquito Range

  • Difficulty: Class 1
  • Ski: Novice,
  • Exposure: Mild exposure in the area but not along the immediate route.
  • Trailhead: Mineral Park
  • Start: 11,400 feet
  • Summit: 14,172 feet
  • Total Gain: 2,900 feet
  • RT Length: 9.00 miles

Kit Carson Peak 14,165’ Sangre de Cristo

  • Difficulty: Class 1
  • Exposure: Mild exposure in the area but not along the immediate route.
  • Trailhead: Willow Creek
  • Start: 8,850 feet
  • Upper Elevation: 11,564 feet
  • Total Gain: 2,850 feet
  • RT Length: 9.50 miles
* El Diente Peak 14,159’ San Juan Mountains
  • Difficulty: Class 1
  • Exposure: Mild exposure in the area but not along the immediate route.
  • Trailhead: Navajo Lake
  • Start: 9,350 feet
  • Upper Elevation: 13,000 feet
  • Total Gain: 2,000' - 3,700'
  • RT Length: Navajo Lake: 9.5 miles RT
  • Upper Navajo Basin: 12 - 14 miles RT

Maroon Peak 14,156’ Elk Mountains

  • Difficulty: Class 3
  • Exposure: More serious exposure that could result in serious injury or death if you fell. Moving past the area will require some scrambling or short technical moves.
  • Trailhead: Maroon Lake
  • Start: 9,590 feet
  • Summit: 14,156 feet
  • Total Gain: 4,800 feet
  • RT Length: 11.50 miles

Tabeguache Peak 14,155’ Sawatch Range

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Ski: Intermediate,
  • Exposure: Mild exposure very close to the route. Route options may be limited but you should be able to walk past the exposure area.
  • Trailhead: Shavano/Tabeguache New
  • Start: 9,750 feet
  • Summit: 14,229 feet
  • Total Gain: 4,600 feet
  • RT Length: 9.25 miles

Mt. Oxford 14,153’ Sawatch Range

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Ski: Intermediate,
  • Exposure: Mild exposure in the area but not along the immediate route.
  • Trailhead: Missouri Gulch
  • Start: 9,650 feet
  • Summit: 14,197 feet
  • Total Gain: 4,500 feet
  • RT Length: 8.00 miles

Mt. Sneffels 14,150’ San Juan Mountains

  • Difficulty: Difficult Class 2
  • Exposure: Moderate exposure along the immediate route. It should be avoidable with some slow hiking or scrambling.
  • Trailhead: Yankee Boy Basin
  • Start: 11,350 feet
  • Summit: 14,150 feet
  • Total Gain: 1,700 feet - starting at the upper trailhead (12,460') 2,900 feet - starting at restroom parking area (11,350')
  • RT Length: 2.50 miles - starting at the upper trailhead (12,460') 6.00 miles - starting at restroom parking area (11,350')

Mt. Democrat 14,148’ Mosquito Range

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Ski: Intermediate,
  • Exposure: Mild exposure in the area but not along the immediate route.
  • Trailhead: Kite Lake
  • Start: 12,000 feet
  • Summit: 14,148 feet
  • Total Gain: 2,150 feet
  • RT Length: 4.00 miles

Capitol Peak 14,130’ Elk Mountains

  • Difficulty: Class 4
  • Exposure: Dangerous exposure that requires careful, technical moves to navigate around. A fall would likely be fatal. Big, sheer drops.
  • Trailhead: Capitol Creek
  • Start: 9,450 feet
  • Summit: 14,130 feet
  • Total Gain: 5,300 feet
  • RT Length: 17.00 miles

Pikes Peak 14,110’ Front Range

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Exposure: Mild exposure in the area but not along the immediate route.
  • Trailhead: Crags Campground New
  • Start: 10,000 feet
  • Summit: 14,110 feet
  • Total Gain: 4,300 feet
  • RT Length: 14.00 miles

Snowmass Mountain 14,092’ Elk Mountains

  • Difficulty: Class 3
  • Exposure: Moderate exposure along the immediate route. It should be avoidable with some slow hiking or scrambling.
  • Trailhead: Snowmass Creek
  • Start: 8,400 feet
  • Summit: 14,092 feet
  • Total Gain: 5,800 feet
  • RT Length: 22.00 miles

Mt. Eolus 14,083’ San Juan Mountains

  • Difficulty: Class 1
  • Exposure: No exposure in the area. Gentle terrain.
  • Trailhead: Needleton
  • Start: 8,220 feet
  • Upper Elevation: 11,000 feet
  • Total Gain: 2,800 feet
  • RT Length: 12.00 miles

Windom Peak 14,082’ San Juan Mountains

  • Difficulty: Class 1
  • Exposure: No exposure in the area. Gentle terrain.
  • Trailhead: Needleton
  • Start: 8,220 feet
  • Upper Elevation: 11,000 feet
  • Total Gain: 2,800 feet
  • RT Length: 12.00 miles

Challenger Point 14,081’ Sangre de Cristo

  • Difficulty: Class 1
  • Exposure: Mild exposure in the area but not along the immediate route.
  • Trailhead: Willow Creek
  • Start: 8,850 feet
  • Upper Elevation: 11,564 feet
  • Total Gain: 2,850 feet
  • RT Length: 9.50 miles

Mt. Columbia 14,073’ Sawatch Range

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Ski: Intermediate,
  • Exposure: Mild exposure very close to the route. Route options may be limited but you should be able to walk past the exposure area.
  • Trailhead: N. Cottonwood Creek
  • Start: 9,900 feet
  • Summit: 14,420 feet
  • Total Gain: 4,600 feet
  • RT Length: 14.00 miles

Missouri Mountain 14,067’ Sawatch Range

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Exposure: Moderate exposure along the immediate route. It should be avoidable with some slow hiking or scrambling.
  • Trailhead: Missouri Gulch
  • Start: 9,650 feet
  • Summit: 14,067 feet
  • Total Gain: 4,500 feet
  • RT Length: 10.50 miles

Humboldt Peak 14,064’ Sangre de Cristo

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Exposure: Mild exposure very close to the route. Route options may be limited but you should be able to walk past the exposure area.
  • Trailhead: South Colony Lakes New
  • Start: 9,950 feet
  • Summit: 14,064 feet
  • Total Gain: 4,200 feet starting at upper 4wd TH (9,950)5,350 feet starting at lower 2wd TH (8,800)
  • RT Length: 11.00 miles starting at upper 4wd TH (9,950)16.50 miles starting at lower 2wd TH (8,800)

Mt. Bierstadt 14,060’ Front Range

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Ski: Intermediate,
  • Exposure: Mild exposure in the area but not along the immediate route.
  • Trailhead: Guanella Pass
  • Start: 11,669 feet
  • Summit: 14,060 feet
  • Total Gain: 2,850 feet
  • RT Length: 7.00 miles
* Conundrum Peak 14,060’ Elk Mountains
  • Difficulty: Difficult Class 2
  • Exposure: Moderate exposure along the immediate route. It should be avoidable with some slow hiking or scrambling.
  • Trailhead: Castle Creek
  • Start: 9,800 feet
  • Summit: 14,265 feet
  • Total Gain: 4,600' if you start at the main trailhead 3,100 feet if you start at 11,200'
  • RT Length: 13.5 miles if you start at the main trailhead 7 miles if you start hiking from 11,200'

Sunlight Peak 14,059’ San Juan Mountains

  • Difficulty: Class 1
  • Exposure: No exposure in the area. Gentle terrain.
  • Trailhead: Needleton
  • Start: 8,220 feet
  • Upper Elevation: 11,000 feet
  • Total Gain: 2,800 feet
  • RT Length: 12.00 miles

Handies Peak 14,048’ San Juan Mountains

  • Difficulty: Class 1
  • Ski: Intermediate,
  • Exposure: Mild exposure in the area but not along the immediate route.
  • Trailhead: American Basin
  • Start: 11,600 feet
  • Summit: 14,048 feet
  • Total Gain: 2,500 feet - 2,800 feet if you start at the bottom of the American Basin road
  • RT Length: 5.5 miles - 7.5 miles if you start at the bottom of the American Basin road

Culebra Peak 14,047’ Sangre de Cristo

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Exposure: Mild exposure very close to the route. Route options may be limited but you should be able to walk past the exposure area.
  • Trailhead: Culebra (Main)
  • Start: 11,240 feet
  • Summit: 14,047 feet
  • Total Gain: 2,700 starting at 4WD trailhead - 3,150 starting at Four Way - 5,450 starting at ranch HQ building
  • RT Length: 5 miles starting at 4WD trailhead - 7 miles starting at Four Way - 14 miles starting at ranch HQ building

Ellingwood Point 14,042’ Sangre de Cristo

  • Difficulty: Class 1
  • Exposure: No exposure in the area. Gentle terrain.
  • Trailhead: Lake Como (Blanca Peak)
  • Start: 8,000 feet
  • Upper Elevation: 11,750 feet
  • Total Gain: 3,900 feet
  • RT Length: 11.00 miles

Mt. Lindsey 14,042’ Sangre de Cristo

  • Difficulty: Difficult Class 2
  • Exposure: Mild exposure very close to the route. Route options may be limited but you should be able to walk past the exposure area.
  • Trailhead: Huerfano/Lily Lake
  • Start: 10,700 feet
  • Summit: 14,042 feet
  • Total Gain: 3,500 feet
  • RT Length: 8.25 miles
* North Eolus 14,039’ San Juan Mountains
  • Difficulty: Class 1
  • Exposure: No exposure in the area. Gentle terrain.
  • Trailhead: Needleton
  • Start: 8,220 feet
  • Upper Elevation: 11,000 feet
  • Total Gain: 2,800 feet
  • RT Length: 12.00 miles

Little Bear Peak 14,037’ Sangre de Cristo

  • Difficulty: Class 1
  • Exposure: No exposure in the area. Gentle terrain.
  • Trailhead: Lake Como (Blanca Peak)
  • Start: 8,000 feet
  • Upper Elevation: 11,750 feet
  • Total Gain: 3,900 feet
  • RT Length: 11.00 miles

Mt. Sherman 14,036’ Mosquito Range

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Exposure: Mild exposure very close to the route. Route options may be limited but you should be able to walk past the exposure area.
  • Trailhead: Fourmile Creek New
  • Start: 12,000 feet
  • Summit: 14,036 feet
  • Total Gain: 2,100' starting at the 12,000-foot gate - 2,850' starting near 11,250' (Leavick Site) on the road - 3,100' starting at the normal winter closure near 11,100'
  • RT Length: 5.25 miles starting at the 12,000-foot gate - 8.5 miles starting near 11,250' (Leavick Site) on the road - 10.5 miles starting at the normal winter closure near 11,100'

Redcloud Peak 14,034’ San Juan Mountains

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Ski: Intermediate,
  • Exposure: Mild exposure very close to the route. Route options may be limited but you should be able to walk past the exposure area.
  • Trailhead: Silver Crk/Grizzly Gulch New
  • Start: 10,400 feet
  • Summit: 14,034 feet
  • Total Gain: 3,700 feet
  • RT Length: 9.00 miles

Pyramid Peak 14,018’ Elk Mountains

  • Difficulty: Class 4
  • Exposure: More serious exposure that could result in serious injury or death if you fell. Moving past the area will require some scrambling or short technical moves.
  • Trailhead: Maroon Lake
  • Start: 9,600 feet
  • Summit: 14,018 feet
  • Total Gain: 4,500 feet
  • RT Length: 8.25 miles

Wilson Peak 14,017’ San Juan Mountains

  • Difficulty: Class 1
  • Exposure: Mild exposure in the area but not along the immediate route.
  • Trailhead: Navajo Lake
  • Start: 9,350 feet
  • Upper Elevation: 13,000 feet
  • Total Gain: 2,000' - 3,700'
  • RT Length: Navajo Lake: 9.5 miles RT
  • Upper Navajo Basin: 12 - 14 miles RT

Wetterhorn Peak 14,015’ San Juan Mountains

  • Difficulty: Class 1
  • Exposure: Mild exposure in the area but not along the immediate route.
  • Trailhead: Navajo Lake
  • Start: 9,350 feet
  • Upper Elevation: 13,000 feet
  • Total Gain: 2,000' - 3,700'
  • RT Length: Navajo Lake: 9.5 miles RT
  • Upper Navajo Basin: 12 - 14 miles RT

San Luis Peak 14,014’ San Juan Mountains

  • Difficulty: Class 1
  • Ski: Intermediate, D4 / R2 / III
  • Exposure: No exposure in the area. Gentle terrain.
  • Trailhead: Stewart Creek
  • Start: 10,500 feet
  • Summit: 14,014 feet
  • Total Gain: 3,600 feet
  • RT Length: 13.50 miles
* North Maroon Peak 14,014’ Elk Mountains
  • Difficulty: Class 3
  • Exposure: More serious exposure that could result in serious injury or death if you fell. Moving past the area will require some scrambling or short technical moves.
  • Trailhead: Maroon Lake
  • Start: 9,590 feet
  • Summit: 14,156 feet
  • Total Gain: 4,800 feet
  • RT Length: 11.50 miles

Mt. of the Holy Cross 14,005’ Sawatch Range

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Exposure: Mild exposure very close to the route. Route options may be limited but you should be able to walk past the exposure area.
  • Trailhead: Half Moon (Tigiwon)
  • Start: 10,320 feet
  • Summit: 14,005 feet
  • Total Gain: 5,600 feet
  • RT Length: 12.00 miles

Huron Peak 14,003’ Sawatch Range

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Exposure: Mild exposure very close to the route. Route options may be limited but you should be able to walk past the exposure area.
  • Trailhead: Clear Crk./S.Winfield New
  • Start: 10,560 feet
  • Summit: 14,003 feet
  • Total Gain: 3,500 feet
  • 3,800 feet if you hike the road from Winfield
  • RT Length: 6.5 miles - 10.75 miles if you hike the road from Winfield

Sunshine Peak 14,001’ San Juan Mountains

  • Difficulty: Class 2
  • Ski: Intermediate,
  • Exposure: Mild exposure very close to the route. Route options may be limited but you should be able to walk past the exposure area.
  • Trailhead: Silver Crk/Grizzly Gulch New
  • Start: 10,400 feet
  • Summit: 14,034 feet
  • Total Gain: 3,700 feet
  • RT Length: 9.00 miles

Trailheads by mountain range 13,000/14,000 ft. peaks.

Front Range - 14er Trailheads

• Argentine Pass
• Chihuahua Gulch
• Copeland Lake
• Crags Campground
• Echo Lake
• Elk Park
• Evans/Summit Lake
• Glacier Gorge
• Grays Peak
• Grizzly Gulch
• Guanella Pass
• Longs Peak
• Loveland Pass
• Manitou Springs
• Scott Gomer/Abyss Lake

Other Trailheads

• Baldy Road (520) • Bear Lake • Boreas Pass • Chapin Pass • Deer Creek Trailhead • East Portal • Emmaline Lake • Fall River Reservoir • Fourth of July
• French Gulch • Gibson Lake • Glacier Gorge • Herman Gulch • Hoosier Pass (South) • Lawn Lake • Long Lake • Mitchell Lakes • Mt. Evans summit lot
• Saint Vrain • Sandbeach Lake • Santa Fe Peak Road • Silver Dollar Lake • St. Mary’s Glacier • Urad Mine • Waldorf Mine

Gore Range - 14er Trailheads None Other Trailheads

• Bighorn Creek • Booth Falls
• Gore Crk/Deluge Lake • Piney Lake
• Pitkin Lake • Rock Creek

Tenmile - 14er Trailheads

• Blue Lakes
• McCullough Gulch
• Quandary

Other Trailheads

• Breck Ski Area (Pk 9) • Crystal/Spruce Creeks
• Hoosier Pass • Mayflower Gulch
• McCullough Gulch North

Mosquito Range - 14er Trailheads

• Fourmile Creek • Iowa Gulch • Kite Lake
• Mineral Park • Montgomery Res.
• Moose Creek • Quartzville

Other Trailheads

• Buffalo Peaks Road • Fremont Pass South
• Mosquito Creek • Pennsylvania Mountain
• Weston Pass

San Juan Mountains - 14er Trailheads

• American Basin • Cross Mountain • East Dallas Creek • Kilpacker basin • Matterhorn Creek • Mill Creek
• Navajo Lake • Needleton • Nellie Creek • Purgatory • Rock of Ages (S. Pick) • Silver Crk/Grizzly Gulch
• Stewart Creek • Sunshine Mesa • Vallecito • West Willow Creek • Woods Lake • Yankee Boy Basin

Other Colorado Fourteener Trailheads

• Bridal Veil Falls Power • Cuba Gulch
• Grouse/Burns Gulch • South Mineral Creek

Sangre de Cristo Mountains - 14er Trailheads

• Cottonwood Creek • Culebra (Main) • Huerfano/Lily Lake
• Lake Como (Blanca Peak) • Rainbow Trail • South Colony Lakes
• Spanish Creek • Willow Creek • Zapata Falls

Other Trailheads

• Cordova Pass • Gibson
• Hermit Pass Road • Horn Creek
• Music Pass • Rock Creek

Sawatch Range - 14er Trailheads

• Angel of Shavano • Avalanche • Baldwin Gulch • Black Cloud • Browns Creek • Clear Crk./S.Winfield • Denny Creek • Fish Hatchery • Frenchman Creek
• Grouse Canyon • Half Moon (Tigiwon) • Harvard Lakes • Jennings Creek • La Plata Peak • Missouri Gulch • Mt. Massive • Mt. Princeton Road • N. Cottonwood Creek
• N. Halfmoon Creek • North Elbert • Pine Creek • Rockdale • Shavano/Tabeguache • Silver Creek • South Mt. Elbert • Three Elk Creek • West Winfield

Other Colorado Fourteener Climbing and Hiking Trailheads

• Echo Canyon • French Creek • Grays Creek • Grizzly Lake • Halfmoon Creek
• Independence Pass • Lake Pass • Lincoln Creek Road • Marshall Pass • McNasser Gulch
• Missouri Lakes • North Lake Creek • Sheep Gulch • Whitney Lake
 
 


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