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Windom Peak Pin

This peak above Chicago Basin in the San Juan Mountains was named not for the winds that can rake it, but for William Windom, a U.S. Senator and politician from Minnesota. Elevation 14,082 feet.

$6.95

Wetterhorn Peak Pin

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.

$6.95

Wilson Peak Pin

This peak high in the San Juan's above the old mining structures in the Silver Pick Basin was named for AD Wilson, a chief cartographer with the Hayden survey. Elevation 14,017 feet.

$6.95

Tabeguache Peak Pin

This peak is named for a Ute Indian tribe that used to roam its base. Shavano is separated from Tabeguache Peak by a 1 1/4-mile long ridge, and they are often climbed together. Elevation 14,155 feet.

$6.95

Mount Sherman Pin

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.

$6.95

Handies Peak Pin

Above the Lake Fork of the Gunnison River and the wildflowers of American Basin, Handies offers a fine view from its summit. It was named for a pioneer in the area. Elevation 14,048 feet.

$6.95

Ellingwood Point Pin

This peak is named for mountaineer and adventurer Albert Ellingwood. He established bold early first ascents in Colorado and introduced safer new climbing techniques from England. Elevation 14,042 feet.

$6.95

Crestone Peak Pin

Crestone Peak, in the Sangre de Cristos, is steep and technical from every aspect. It was one of the last peaks in Colorado to be climbed because of its big walls and remote location. Elevation 14,294 feet.

$6.95

Mount Wilson Pin

Deep in the San Miguel Mountains, this peak is known for its hard connecting ridge with El Diente and for fine spring ski mountaineering. It was named for surveyor A.D. Wilson. Elevation 14,246 feet

$6.95

Mount Shavano Pin

This peak was named for Shavano, a Ute Indian Chief. The peak has a unique snowfield in its east couloir that forms a figure with outstretched arms called the ""Angel of Shavano."" Elevation 14,229 feet.

$6.95

Mount Oxford Pin

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.

$6.95

Culebra Peak Pin

This peak, the southernmost 14er in Colorado, is currently privately owned. It is named for the Spanish word for ""snake"" because of the serpentine curves of the rivers on its flanks. Elevation 14,047 feet.

$6.95
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