Colorado 14ers

Peak Name
Rank
Height
Range
1
14, 433
Sawatch Range
2
14, 421
Sawatch Range
3
14, 420
Sawatch Range
4
14, 345
Sangre de Cristo
5
14, 336
Sawatch Range
6
14, 309
San Juan Range
7
14, 294
Sangre de Cristo
8
14, 286
Mosquito Range
9
14, 270
Front Range
10
14, 269
Sawatch Range
11
14, 267
Front Range
12
14, 265
Elk Mountains
13
14, 265
Tenmile Range
14
14, 264
Front Range
15
14, 255
Front Range
16
14, 246
San Juan Range
Unranked
14, 238
Mosquito Range
17
14, 229
Sawatch Range
18
14, 197
Sangre de Cristo
19
14, 197
Sawatch Range
20
14, 197
Sawatch Range
21
14, 196
Sawatch Range
22
14, 172
Mosquito Range
23
14, 165
Sangre de Cristo
Unranked
14, 159
San Juan Range
24
14, 156
Elk Mountains
25
14, 155
Sawatch Range
26
14, 153
Sawatch Range
Mount Sneffels
27
14, 150
San Juan Range
28
14, 148
Mosquito Range
29
14, 130
Elk Mountains
Pikes Peak
30
14, 109
Front Range
31
14, 092
Elk Mountains
32
14, 083
San Juan Range
33
14, 082
San Juan Range
34
14, 081
Sangre de Cristo
35
14, 073
Sawatch Range
36
14, 067
Sawatch Range
37
14, 064
Sangre de Cristo
38
14, 060
Front Range
Unranked
14, 060
Elk Mountains
39
14, 059
San Juan Range
40
14, 048
San Juan Range
41
14, 047
Sangre de Cristo
42
14, 042
Sangre de Cristo
43
14, 042
Sangre de Cristo
Unranked
14, 039
San Juan Range
44
14, 037
Sangre de Cristo
45
14, 036
Mosquito Range
46
14, 034
San Juan Range
47
14, 018
Elk Mountains
48
14, 017
San Juan Range
49
14, 015
San Juan Range
North Maroon Pk.
Unranked
14, 014
Elk Mountains
50
14, 014
San Juan Range
51
14, 005
Sawatch Range
52
14, 003
Sawatch Range
53
14, 001
San Juan Range
*On 14ers.com, peaks that fit the "300-foot" rule are ranked by elevation. Under the 300-foot rule, a "peak" must rise at least 300 feet above the saddle that connects it to the nearest, higher peak (if another exists nearby) to be considered an "official" peak. This rule has been in use for many years. But many people feel that just because a peak like El Diente doesn't rise 300' above the rough ridge connecting it to Mt. Wilson, that doesn't mean it's not a peak. Much debate has gone on for years about the correct list of Colorado's 14ers. On this site, it's simple: The 5 named 14ers that don't fit the 300-foot rule are listed at unofficial (or unranked) 14ers. The remaining 53 make up the official list. The unofficial 14ers have been included on the peak/photos pages and other resources on the site. Here are the unranked 14ers: Mt. Cameron - rises 138 feet above its saddle with Mt. Lincoln El Diente - rises 259 feet above its saddle with Mt. Wilson Conundrum Peak - rises 240 feet above its saddle with Castle Peak North Eolus - rises 179 feet above its saddle with Mt. Eolus North Maroon Peak - rises 234 feet above its saddle with Maroon Peak Tip: To convert from feet to meters, multiply the number of feet by 0.3048

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