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Mount Evans, Colorado


Prominence: 2744 ft, 837 m

Elevation: 14,264 feet, 4348 meters


Approx. Isolation: 9.79 mi, 15.76 km
Elevation Info:NAVD88 Elevation: 14,270 ft / 4350 m
SubpeaksMount Bierstadt-Southeast Peak (13,641 ft/4158 m)
Latitude/Longitude (WGS84)39° 35' 18'' N; 105° 38' 38'' W
39.588255, -105.64377 (Dec Deg)
444719E 4382257N Zone 13 (UTM)
CountryUnited States
State/ProvinceColorado
County/Second Level RegionClear Creek
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Lists that contain Mount Evans:
     North America 14,000-foot Peaks (Rank #60)
     Colorado 13,500 foot Peaks (Rank #14)
     Colorado 13,700-foot Peaks (Rank #14)
     Colorado 14,000-foot Peaks (Rank #14)
     United States 13,750-foot Peaks (Rank #38)
     Colorado Peaks with 2000 feet of Prominence (Rank #28)
     Colorado Mountain Club Fourteeners (Rank #14)
     Colorado Wilderness High Points (Rank #6)
     Colorado Centennial Peaks (Top 100) (Rank #14)
     (Alternate) Colorado County Prominence Peaks (Rank #24)
     United States 14,000-foot Peaks (Rank #38)
     USA 48-States 14,000-foot Peaks (Rank #17)

Selected Guidebook(s) for this Peak:
       Colorado's Fourteeners: From Hikes to Climbs (Roach)
       A Climbing Guide to Colorado's Fourteeners (Borneman, Lampert)

Selected Trip Reports from this site:
     1972-07-19 by Larry Versaw
     1989-07 by James Barlow
     2004 by glen mizenko (Unsuccessful)
     2004-06-05 by Joe Lavelle
     2007-09-21 by Robert Stewart
     2008-08-09 by Luke Mullen
     2008-10-18 by David Foster
     2009-07-11 by Eric Kassan
     2010-08-31 by Eric Noel
     2011-08-13 by Jamie Bakken
     2011-10-16 by john ward
     2012-05-28 by Nicholas Harper-Johnston
     2012-08-11 by Dan Quinlan (GPS Track)
     2012-08-14 by Rob Woodall (GPS Track)
     2012-09-08 by William Musser
     2013-07-28 by David Fitch
     2013-09-02 by Tracy Englebrecht
     2014-07-13 by glen mizenko
     2014-08-21 by Dan Hildebrand
     2014-09-21 by Christan Kramer

View ascents of peak by registered Peakbagger.com members (336 total)

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View of Summit Lake from the top (2010-08-28). Photo by Jared Salzmann.
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ProminenceKey Col Page  (Detailed prominence information)
  Clean Prominence: 2744 ft/837 m
  Optimistic Prominence: 2784 ft/849 m
  Line Parent: Grays Peak
  Key Col: East of Guanella Pass    11,520 ft/3511 m
Isolation9.79 mi/15.76 km
Nearest Higher Neighbor in the PBC database:
    Grays Peak  (WNW)
Isolation distance is based on NHN and is slightly overstated.
RangesContinent: North America
Range2: Rocky Mountains
Range3: Southern Rocky Mountains
Range4: Front Range
Range5: Central Front Range
Range6: Mount Evans Area (Highest Point)
Drainage BasinsSouth Platte
Platte
Missouri
Mississippi
Gulf of Mexico
Atlantic Ocean
OwnershipLand: Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forest/Pike and San Isabel National Forest
Wilderness/Special Area: Mount Evans Wilderness Area (Highest Point)
Topo MapMount Evans O39105e6 1:24,000
First Ascent1863
Albert Bierstadt
Fitzhugh Ludlow
Route #1 Paved Road: Mount Evans Road
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Other Photos

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From summit of Mount Evans, tracing traverse from the parking lot below to Mount Warren (at end of finger) then climbing Mount Spalding 13,842 feet left side of photo and around the lake to the summit (2012-09-08). Photo by William Musser.
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Mt Evans summit from Mt Bierstadt summit (2006-06-03). Photo by Rian Laub.
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