14er Patches

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Pikes Peak Patch

The big east face and central couloir of Pikes Peak rise behind the sandstone formations of the Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs and the old Incline of Manitou Springs. Elevation 14,110 feet.

$5.00

Mount Elbert Patch

West of Leadville, Mount Elbert is the highest point in Colorado. It was named for territorial Governor Samuel Elbert; a politician credited with preventing San Juan Indian troubles. Elevation 14,433 feet.

$5.00

Grays Peak Patch

This peak is named for 18th century botanist Asa Gray, and is often climbed with Torreys Peak. Prospectors referred to Grays and Torreys as the Twin Peaks. Elevation 14,270 feet.

$5.00

Mount Evans Patch

Of all the 14ers, you can drive to the summit of only Pikes Peak and Evans. This paved road is one of the planets highest. Evans is a landmark on the skyline west of downtown Denver. Elevation 14,264 feet.

$5.00

North Maroon Peak Patch

Sedimentary rock gave the Maroon Bells their distinctive color and layered appearance. The loose rock and steep climbing have earned these peaks the nickname 'Deadly Bells.' Elevation 14,014 feet.

$5.00

Mount of the Holy Cross Patch

Captured in fine form by western photographer Henry Jackson, the ice formation on this peak is famous. The cliff bands of the Cross couloir rise above columbines in East Cross Creek. Elevation 14,005 feet.

$5.00

Mount Bierstadt Patch

A willow-whacker from Guanella Pass, this peak is named for Albert Bierstadt, who painted large pictures of Colorado landscapes. The Sawtooth Ridge connects it with Evans. Elevation 14,060 feet.

$5.00

Mountain Biking Colorado Rockies Patch

The perfect way to commemorate that time your bike threw you into a lake in Colorado.

$5.00

Mount Sneffels Patch

Named by Hayden for an Icelandic mountain in Jules Verne's book, Journey to the Center of the Earth, Sneffels is one of the most spectacular peaks in the San Juan Mountains. Elevation 14,150 feet.

$5.00

Longs Peak Patch

The Diamond on Longs east face produced some of Colorado's 1st big wall ascents. Broadway and the Notch Couloir are prominent features on its 2,000-foot high face. Elevation 14,255 feet.

$5.00

Mount Harvard Patch

A Collegiate Range peak, Harvard is the 3rd highest in Colorado. It lies high in the Horn Fork Basin above Bear Lake and was named by surveyor and Professor Josiah Whitney. Elevation 14,420 feet.

$5.00

Mount Sherman Patch

SW of Fairplay and up Fourmile Creek are the snowfields of Sheridan and old mining structures on the gentle slopes of Sherman, named for Civil War General William Sherman. Elevation 14,036 feet.

$5.00
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