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Missouri Mountain Pin

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.

$6.95

Maroon Peak Pin

The view from Maroon Lake is a classic image of Maroon and North Maroon Peak. Maroon Peak is the higher of the two peaks, known collectively as the 'Maroon Bells.' Maroon Peak - Elevation 14,156 feet.

$6.95

Little Bear Peak Pin

Above Lake Como in the Sangre de Cristo Range sits Little Bear Peak. Its connecting ridge, the 1 1/2 mile Blanca Peak-Little Bear traverse, is a Colorado mountaineering classic. Elevation 14,037 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

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 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

Mount Lincoln Pin

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.

$6.95

Mount Harvard Pin

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.

$6.95

Mount Evans Pin

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.

$6.95

Mount Eolus Pin

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.

$6.95

Mount Belford Pin

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.

$6.95
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