Col Elevation: 11,520- feet, 3511- meters
Detailed Ridgewalk Listing
The table below lists the peaks and cols that lie on the path from Grays Peak to its Key Col and onward to its Line Parent. This route is the highest possible path that follows ridgecrests from the peak to higher ground. It corresponds to the yellow line on the map above. Note: This feature is preliminary. There may be errors in the ridgewalk data and/or bugs in the code that give misleading results. Sorry for any inconvenience.
|Ridge Point||Elev-ft||Prom-ft||Ridge Name(s)||Basins to each side||Dist-mi||Cumulative-mi|
|START: Grays Peak||14,270||2750||Continental Divide of N.A.||Colorado/South Platte|| || |
| (Ridge Junction)|| || ||Continental Divide of N.A.||Colorado/South Platte||3.93||3.93|
| (Ridge Junction)|| || ||Continental Divide of N.A.||Colorado/South Platte||5.23||9.16|
|KEY COL: Boreas Pass||11,520|| ||Continental Divide of N.A.||Colorado/South Platte||20.35||29.51|
| (Ridge Junction)|| || ||Continental Divide of N.A.||Colorado/South Platte||12.08||41.59|
| (Unnamed Col)||13,360|| ||Continental Divide of N.A.||Colorado/South Platte||0.2||41.78|
|Clinton Peak||13,857||497||Continental Divide of N.A.||Colorado/South Platte||1.03||42.81|
| (Unnamed Col)||13,720|| ||Continental Divide of N.A.||Colorado/South Platte||0.21||43.03|
|McNamee Peak||13,760||40||Continental Divide of N.A.||Colorado/South Platte||0.24||43.26|
| (Unnamed Col)||13,640|| || ||South Platte/Arkansas||0.15||43.41|
|Traver Peak||13,852||212|| ||South Platte/Arkansas||0.24||43.65|
| Democrat-Traver Col||13,160|| || ||South Platte/Arkansas||0.64||44.29|
|Mount Democrat||14,148||748|| ||South Platte/Arkansas||0.8||45.09|
| (Unnamed Col)||13,400|| || || ||0.48||45.56|
| (Ridge Junction)|| || || || ||0.78||46.34|
|Mount Cameron||14,238||118|| || ||0.06||46.4|
| (Unnamed Col)||14,120|| || || ||0.23||46.64|
|LINE PARENT: Mount Lincoln||14,286||3862|| || ||0.28||46.92|
|PROM PARENT: Mount Lincoln||14,286||3862|| || || || |
|ISLAND PARENT: Mount Lincoln||14,286||3862|| || || || |
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