|Map of Collegiate Peaks|
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Major Peaks of the Collegiate Peaks
|Ten Highest Peaks|
|1.||Mount Harvard||14,420||4395||Mount Harvard Area|
|2.||La Plata Peak||14,361||4377||La Plata-Grizzly Area|
|3.||Mount Princeton||14,197||4327||Mount Princeton Area|
|4.||Mount Belford||14,197||4327||Oxford-Missouri-Ice Range|
|5.||Mount Yale||14,196||4327||Mount Yale Area|
|6.||Mount Oxford||14,153||4314||Oxford-Missouri-Ice Range|
|7.||Mount Columbia||14,073||4289||Mount Harvard Area|
|8.||Missouri Mountain||14,067||4288||Oxford-Missouri-Ice Range|
|9.||Huron Peak||14,003||4268||Oxford-Missouri-Ice Range|
|10.||Grizzly Peak||13,988||4264||La Plata-Grizzly Area|
|Sub-peaks are excluded from this list. List may not be complete, since only summits in the PBC Database are included.|
Photos of Peaks in the Collegiate Peaks
|Mount Princeton: The massive 3-summited bulk of Mount Princeton is a landmark towering above the Arkansas Valley.|
|Missouri Mountain: The bulky, ledge mass of Missouri Mountain from the Pine Creek valley.|
|Emerald Peak: Iowa Peak and Emerald Peak seen from the side of Missouri Mountain in Colorado's Sawatch Mountains.|
|Iowa Peak: Iowa Peak and Emerald Peak seen from the side of Missouri Mountain in Colorado's Sawatch Mountains.|
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