Peaks

 

46

 

 

Pursuers

 

71

 

 

Finishers

 

0

 

 

The 54th to 100th highest Colorado peaks with at least 300 ft prominence. The natural next challenge to tackle after the Colorado 14ers. Includes many incredible climbs that remain relatively unknown compared to the 14ers.

 

Highest peak

Grizzly Peak

13,995 ft / 4,265 m

Most prominent peak

Mount Ouray

2,659 ft / 810 m

Most summited peak

Mount Meeker

18 summits

Most difficult peak

no info yet

Difficulty breakdown

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Top climbing months

August   23%

July   20%

September  20%

"I parked on the summit of Marshall Pass and walked up through the trees to the south ridge and Pt. 12,685. Strong winds made the ridge traverse east to Mount Ouray feel much longer than it was. I retreated to the west face where I scrambled up to the white quartz band and rejoined the ridge to the summit. I returned to Pt. 12,685 and followed the ridge north where I descended to the CT and walked back to Marshall Pass." - Mount Ouray, WaxDr, Aug 24, 2018
"Hiked up with Deb a couple of days before returning to these same trails to run the Leadville Trail Marathon. First day at elevation flying in from Boston which definitely slowed us down and also made us turn back instead of bagging nearby West Dyer" - Dyer Mountain, SteveG, Jun 14, 2018
"Took the Halo Ridge route to Mount of the Holy Cross, passing over the 3 13ers en route. Took the standard route down. This was a long day. I definitely preferred the ascent to the descent. " - Holy Cross Ridge , Kevin, Sep 3, 2017
"Climbed east ridge of father dyer, and traversed to crystal and peak 10 and descended east ridge of peak 10 to wheeler trail and back to Spruce Creek trail. Some short fun scrambling sections on the father dyer east ridge!" - Crystal Peak, tylerburg, Aug 27, 2016
"This turned into an accidental epic: Climb of Wilson Peak went really well and I topped out after 4 hours from the TH. The weather was beautiful with no chance of lightning so I decided Gladstone would make an easy bonus tag. The ridge to Gladstone was nonstop rotten class III that took several hours. About 50' below the summit a boulder I was on came loose, and I fell about 5' and landed hard on a twisted left ankle. After assuring myself nothing was broken I hobbled the rest of the way to the summit, and then gingerly downclimbed the class III back to the main trail, taking 6 hours from the " - Gladstone Peak, Christopher, Jul 14, 2016