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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.

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Missouri Mountain Patch

Miners from the "Show Me" state named Missouri Gulch and this peak in the Sawatch Range. Above Missouri Gulch are Elkhead Pass and the ridges to Belford and Oxford. Elevation 14,067 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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Wetterhorn Peak Patch

This was named by the Wheeler survey after the famous peak in Switzerland, and it remotely resembles that icon. Wetterhorn Peak looms above the Matterhorn basin below. Elevation 14,015 feet.

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Uncompahgre Peak Patch

This is the tallest of the San Juan's. Uncompahgre is a Ute Indian word meaning 'hot (unca) water (pah) spring (gre),' There are Hot Springs nearby in the town of Ouray. Elevation 14,309 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 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 Columbia Patch

Beaver ponds on Frenchman Creek are in the valley below the north slope of Mount Columbia. Columbia is one of the Collegiate Peaks in the Sawatch Range of Colorado. Elevation 14,073 feet.

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Mount Belford Patch

Mt. Belford was named for Judge James D. Belford, 'the red-headed rooster of the Rockies.' He was a politician known for his red hair, quick wit, and flamboyant manner. Elevation 14,197 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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Humboldt Peak Patch

Named for German mountaineer Alexander von Humboldt by locals in the Wet Mountain Valley this peak is an easy climb compared with its neighbors in the Sangre de Cristo range. Elevation 14,064 feet.

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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. Mirroring Torreys and Grays pins sold separately.

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