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Mount Princeton Patch

One of the Collegiate Peaks, Princeton is known for symmetry between its summit and the two subpeaks, and for the Chalk Cliffs and Hot Springs to the south in the valley below. Elevation 14,197 feet.

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Mount Oxford Patch

A Collegiate Peak in the Sawatch Range, this peak is often climbed with Belford. For years, it was thought to barely qualify as a 14er, but more recent surveys added an additional 150'. Elevation 14,153 feet.

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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.

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Mount Massive Patch

Near the town of Leadville and part of the Sawatch Range, Mount Massive is a sprawling massif. It is aptly named, having five distinct summits that rise above 14,000 feet. Elevation 14,421 feet.

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Mount Lindsey Patch

Above the farms and ranches of the San Luis Valley is Mt. Lindsey, named for Colorado Mountain Club member Malcolm Lindsey. Until 1954, this peak was known as Old Baldy. Elevation 14,042 feet

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Mount Lincoln Patch

Years ago, the slopes of Mount Lincoln rang with picks from miners scraping for gold and silver; now mountaineers swing their picks on Lincoln Falls above Montgomery Reservoir. Elevation 14,286 feet.

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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.

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Mount Eolus Patch

Surveyor Hayden named this cloud-capped peak in the San Juan's for Eolus, the Greek god of winds. Rock and grassy ledges near the summit form 'the sidewalk in the sky.' Elevation 14,083 feet.

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Mount Democrat Patch

Near the town of Alma and up Buckskin Gulch, the south face of Democrat rises from Kite Lake. Miners that roamed for gold on its slopes named it for their beloved President Lincoln. Elevation 14,148 feet.

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Mount Bross Patch

This peak was named for miner and politician William Bross who is said to have climbed it in 1876. It is known for its rounded summit and the gnarled bristlecone pines on its flanks. Elevation 14,172 feet.

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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.

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Mount Antero Patch

Named for Chief Antero of the Ute Indian tribe this peak is noted its abundance gems and minerals. Aquamarine rock crystals, smoky quartz are found on slopes. Elevation 14,269 feet.

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