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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.

$5.00

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

$5.00

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.

$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

El Diente Peak Patch

El Diente is Spanish for "tooth". In southwestern Colorado, the jagged ridgeline of El Diente Peak inspired its name. The peak is noted for the exposed Wilson-El Diente ridge. Elevation 14,159 feet.

$5.00

Blanca Peak Patch

This southern Colorado peak is named for the Spanish word for ""white"" because of the snowfields near its top. Blanca is a big massif rising 7,000' above the San Luis Valley floor. Elevation 14,345 feet.

$5.00

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.

$5.00
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