Colorado County High Points
Showing Bob Martin's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (64 out of 64, or 100%)
|Range (Level 4)|| Prom-Ft|
|1.||Lake||Mount Elbert||14,433||Sawatch Range||9093||Unknown|
|2.||Chaffee||Mount Harvard||14,420||Sawatch Range||2360||Unknown|
|3.||Alamosa||Blanca Peak||14,345||Sangre de Cristo Range||5326||Unknown|
|3.||Costilla||Blanca Peak||14,345||Sangre de Cristo Range||5326||Unknown|
|5.||Huerfano||Blanca Peak-Northeast Slope||14,320||Sangre de Cristo Range||0||Unknown|
|6.||Hinsdale||Uncompahgre Peak||14,309||San Juan Mountains||4277||Unknown|
|7.||Saguache||Crestone Peak||14,294||Sangre de Cristo Range||4554||Unknown|
|8.||Park||Mount Lincoln||14,286||Central Colorado Ranges||3862||Unknown|
|9.||Clear Creek||Grays Peak||14,270||Front Range||2770||Unknown|
|9.||Summit||Grays Peak||14,270||Front Range||2770||Unknown|
|11.||Gunnison||Castle Peak||14,265||Elk Range Area||2365||Unknown|
|11.||Pitkin||Castle Peak||14,265||Elk Range Area||2365||Unknown|
|13.||Custer||Crestone Peak-East Peak||14,260||Sangre de Cristo Range||80||Unknown|
|14.||Boulder||Longs Peak||14,255||Front Range||2940||Unknown|
|15.||Dolores||Mount Wilson||14,246||San Juan Mountains||4024||Unknown|
|16.||Ouray||Mount Sneffels||14,150||San Juan Mountains||3050||Unknown|
|17.||El Paso||Pikes Peak||14,110||Front Range||5530||Unknown|
|18.||La Plata||Windom Peak||14,087||San Juan Mountains||2187||Unknown|
|19.||San Miguel||Wilson Peak||14,017||San Juan Mountains||857||Unknown|
|20.||Eagle||Mount of the Holy Cross||14,005||Sawatch Range||2111||Unknown|
|21.||Mineral||Phoenix Peak||13,895||San Juan Mountains||1515||Unknown|
|22.||San Juan||Vermilion Peak||13,894||San Juan Mountains||2105||Unknown|
|23.||Las Animas||West Spanish Peak||13,626||Sangre de Cristo Range||3686||Unknown|
|24.||Larimer||Hagues Peak||13,560||Front Range||2420||Unknown|
|25.||Grand||Pettingell Peak||13,553||Front Range||1563||Unknown|
|26.||Archuleta||Summit Peak||13,300||San Juan Mountains||2760||Unknown|
|27.||Gilpin||James Peak||13,294||Front Range||714||Unknown|
|28.||Montezuma||Hesperus Mountain||13,232||San Juan Mountains||2852||Unknown|
|29.||Rio Grande||Bennett Peak||13,203||San Juan Mountains||1743||Unknown|
|30.||Conejos||Conejos Peak||13,172||San Juan Mountains||1912||Unknown|
|31.||Fremont||Bushnell Peak||13,105||Sangre de Cristo Range||2405||Unknown|
|32.||Teller||Devils Playground||13,070||Front Range||140||Unknown|
|33.||Jackson||Clark Peak||12,951||Southern Wyoming Ranges||2771||Unknown|
|34.||Garfield||Flat Top Mountain||12,354||Flat Tops Area||4054||Unknown|
|35.||Pueblo||Greenhorn Mountain||12,347||Sangre de Cristo Range||3777||Unknown|
|36.||Routt||Mount Zirkel||12,180||Park Range||3470||Unknown|
|37.||Rio Blanco||Rio Blanco County High Point||12,027||Flat Tops Area||127||Unknown|
|38.||Jefferson||Buffalo Peak||11,589||Front Range||929||Unknown|
|39.||Montrose||Castle Rock||11,453||San Juan Mountains||433||Unknown|
|40.||Delta||Mount Lamborn||11,396||Elk Range Area||1616||Unknown|
|41.||Mesa||Leon Peak||11,236||Elk Range Area||776||Unknown|
|42.||Moffat||Black Mountain||10,860||Park Range||2440||Unknown|
|43.||Douglas||Thunder Butte||9836||Front Range||1376||Unknown|
|44.||Elbert||Elbert County High Point||7370||Central Great Plains|| ||Unknown|
|45.||Weld||Weld County High Point||6385||Central Great Plains||90||Unknown|
|46.||Arapahoe||Smoky Hill Ridge||6215||Central Great Plains||20||Unknown|
|47.||Lincoln||Lincoln County High Point||5970||Central Great Plains|| ||Unknown|
|48.||Broomfield||Broomfield County High Point||5845||Front Range|| ||Unknown|
|49.||Denver||Denver High Point||5685||Front Range|| ||Unknown|
|50.||Adams||Adams County High Point||5665||Central Great Plains||20||Unknown|
|51.||Washington||Washington County High Point||5430||Central Great Plains|| ||Unknown|
|52.||Kit Carson||Kit Carson County High Point||5295||Central Great Plains|| ||Unknown|
|53.||Baca||Carrizo Mountain-East Slope||5290||Southern Great Plains||20||Unknown|
|54.||Otero||Dry Bluff Southeast||5270||Southern Great Plains||20||Unknown|
|55.||Cheyenne||Overland Benchmark East||5255||Central Great Plains||10||Unknown|
|56.||Crowley||Crowley County High Point||5225||Central Great Plains|| ||Unknown|
|57.||Logan||Logan County High Point||4945||Central Great Plains|| ||Unknown|
|58.||Morgan||Shannon Benchmark||4935||Central Great Plains||25||Unknown|
|59.||Bent||Bent County High Point||4855||Southern Great Plains||325||Unknown|
|60.||Prowers||Two Buttes||4711||Southern Great Plains||356||Unknown|
|61.||Kiowa||Kiowa County High Point||4695||Central Great Plains||10||1997-06-11|
|62.||Yuma||Yuma County High Point||4445||Central Great Plains|| ||Unknown|
|63.||Sedgwick||Sedgwick County High Point||4125||Central Great Plains|| ||Unknown|
|64.||Phillips||Phillips County High Point||4115||Central Great Plains|| ||Unknown|
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Colorado is a very mountainous state, and this list reflects its variety of peaks. Fifteen of the approximately 53 famous fourteeners are on this list, and the high thirteeners here make nice alternative hikes to those over-exposed peaks. The list also includes a number of high points on the vast, flat high plains in the eastern third of the state.
John Mitchler was the first to complete this list, on 9/14/1996.
Personal research prior to 1995 had determined 23 of these points. I also added all information on individual peak pages, such as latitude/longitude.
Book County High Points by Andy Martin; list compiled by David Olson and reviewed by Andy Martin.
Links Colorado County High Points
Selected Guidebook(s) for this List Hiking Colorado's Summits (Mitchler, Covill)
Caution: These books feature many of the peaks on this list, but may not have information on all of them.
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