10 Outstanding Mountains of Colorado

Every mountain in Colorado is alluring in its own way. Here is the list of 10 wonderful mountains which are definitely worth visiting!
Sameer Shinde Aug 6, 2019
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Mount Elbert

Mount Elbert is the highest mountain in Colorado with 14,440 feet elevation. Popular amongst climbers and hikers, it is the highest peak in the Sawatch Range.

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Mount Evans

Mount Evans leads you along the highest paved road in North America. Catch a glimpse of the surrounding ranges and valleys from the summit.

Longs Peak

Named in honor of explorer Stephen Harriman Long, the Longs Peak is a prominent Colorado summit, placed in the middle of Rocky Mountain National Park.

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Mount Princeton

Towering the skyline of the Arkansas river valley, Mount Princeton is easily attainable from its eastern ridge.

Crestone Needle

An aesthetic and challenging mountain, Crestone Needle is highly recommended for those seeking real climbing adventure.

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Maroon Bells

Comprised of the two peaks named Maroon Peak and North Maroon Peak, Maroon Bells are the most photographed mountains in North America.

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Mount Sneffels

Explore the scenic beauty and columnar remains of old volcanoes at Mount Sneffels, the highest summit of the Sneffels Range.

Capitol Peak

The Capitol Peak is one of the most difficult climbs in Colorado. Experience a truly unique hike while scrambling the Knife Edge and ridges!

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Pikes Peak

Infused with historical significance, Pikes Peak is one of the most famous summits in the US. Enjoy the spectacular views from the nearby Garden of the Gods.

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Nokhu Crags

Nokhu crags is a rock formation on the northern end of the Never Summer Mountain Range. It offers ample of couloirs to climb and ski.