Colorado Mountains that Top 14,000 Feet

Pikes Peak and the Kissing Camels.
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Colorado, the roof of the Rockies, offers 55 fourteeners, or mountains above 14,000 feet, for climbers to tackle. It is a goal of peak baggers to climb them as many as possible.

Colorado offers more mountains above 14,000 feet than any other U.S. state, including Alaska. Here is a complete listing of all of Colorado's fourteeners, their elevations, and the mountain ranges they are located in.

Colorado's Fourteeners

  1. Mount Elbert 14,433 feet Sawatch Range
  2. Mount Massive 14,421 feet Sawatch Range
  3. Mount Harvard 14,420 feet Sawatch Range
  4. Blanca Peak 14,345 feet Sangre de Cristo Range
  5. La Plata Peak 14,336 feet Sawatch Range
  6. Uncompahgre Peak 14,309 feet San Juan Range
  7. Crestone Peak 14,294 feet Sangre de Cristo Range
  8. Mount Lincoln 14,286 feet Mosquito Range
  9. Grays Peak 14,270 feet Front Range
  10. Mount Antero 14,269 feet Sawatch Range
  11. Torreys Peak 14,267 feet Front Range
  12. Castle Peak 14,265 feet Elk Range
  13. Quandary Peak 14,265 feet Tenmile Range
  14. Mount Evans 14,264 feet Front Range
  15. Longs Peak 14,255 feet Front Range
  16. Mount Wilson 14,246 feet San Juan Range
  17. Mount Shavano 14,229 feet Sawatch Range
  18. Mount Belford 14,197 feet Sawatch Range
  19. Crestone Needle 14,197 feet Sangre de Cristo Range
  20. Mount Princeton 14,197 feet Sawatch Range
  21. Mount Yale 14,196 feet Sawatch Range
  22. Mount Bross 14,172 feet Mosquito Range
  23. Kit Carson Peak 14,165 feet Sangre de Cristo Range
  24. El Diente Peak 14,159 feet San Juan Range
  25. South Maroon Peak 14,156 feet Elk Range
  26. Tabeguache Peak 14,155 feet Sawatch Range
  1. Mount Oxford 14,153 feet Sawatch Range
  2. Mount Sneffels 14,150 feet San Juan Range
  3. Mount Democrat 14,148 feet Mosquito Range
  4. Capitol Peak 14,130 feet Elk Range
  5. Pikes Peak 14,115 feet Front Range
  6. Snowmass Mountain 14,092 feet Elk Range
  7. Mount Eolus 14,083 feet San Juan Range
  8. Windom Peak 14,082 feet San Juan Range
  9. Challenger Point 14,081 feet Sangre de Cristo Range
  10. Mount Columbia 14,073 feet Sawatch Range
  11. Missouri Mountain 14,067 feet Sawatch Range
  12. Humboldt Peak 14,064 feet Sangre de Cristo Range
  13. Mount Bierstadt 14,060 feet Front Range
  14. Sunlight Peak 14,059 feet San Juan Range
  15. Handies Peak 14,048 feet San Juan Range
  16. Culebra Peak 14,047 feet Culebra Range
  17. Ellingwood Point 14,042 feet Sangre de Cristo Range
  18. Mount Lindsey 14,042 feet Sangre de Cristo Range
  19. Little Bear Peak 14,037 feet Sangre de Cristo Range
  20. Mount Sherman 14,036 feet Mosquito Range
  21. Redcloud Peak 14,034 feet San Juan Range
  22. Pyramid Peak 14,018 feet Elk Range Range
  23. Wilson Peak 14,017 feet San Juan Range
  24. Wetterhorn Peak 14,015 feet San Juan Range
  25. North Maroon Peak 14,014 feet Elk Range
  1. San Luis Peak 14,014 feet San Juan Range
  2. Mount of the Holy Cross 14,005 feet Sawatch Range
  3. Huron Peak 14,003 feet Sawatch Range
  4. Sunshine Peak 14,001 feet San Juan Range

Honorable Mentions

These peaks are above 14,000 feet high but do not meet the official USGS or Colorado Mountain Club criteria for being separate fourteeners. A peak must have at least 300 feet of topographic prominence and be isolated from a higher summit to qualify.

That said, El Diente Peak and North Maroon Peak, neither of which fit the criteria, are included in the above list since they have long been considered members of the exclusive Fourteener club. It's best to climb them all.

  1. North Massive Peak 14,340 Feet Sawatch Range
    Rises 280 feet above saddle with Mount Massive
  2. Mt. Cameron 14,238 feet Mosquito Range
    Rises 138 feet above saddle with Mount Lincoln
  3. Conundrum Peak 14,060 feet Elk Range
    Rises 240 feet above saddle with Castle Peak