The Colorado 14ers. One of the greatest mountaineering challenges in the lower 48 states, with 53 ranked summits breaking the elevation threshold. While all the summits can be climbed by nontechnical means, the range of difficulties presented on these summits scattered across the state make this a massive undertaking. The first Colorado 14er I climbed was La Plata Peak in August 2011, and I had knocked off about 1/5 of them prior to the inception of this site. Therefore, the list below is not a complete running tally, with many of the missing trip reports being the easier summits closer to Denver.
|Name||Class (I-V)||Elevation Gain||Mileage|
|Wetterhorn Peak and Uncompahgre Peak||III||6,450'||13.9|
|Redcloud Peak and Sunshine Peak||III||4,500'||10.3|
|Mount Harvard and Mount Columbia||II-III||7,200'||15.2|
|Mount Shavano and Tabeguache Peak||III||5,340'||9.7|