[WATCH] Bag four Colorado 14ers on this virtual hike

View of Mount Cameron. Photo Credit: nathan wasylewski (iStock).

Satisfy your craving for adventure with this epic video of two hikers climbing four Colorado 14ers in one day.

Check out the clip below for a look into hiking the Decalibron Loop. This high-altitude trek wanders through four summits above 14,000 feet as captured by YouTuber “ Juancarlos Bermudez.”

The Decalibron Loop traverses over four Colorado 14ers in Pike National Forest located near the small mountain town of Alma. Starting at the Kite Lake Trailhead, the 7.6-mile trail gains 3,359 feet of elevation total. Hikers can bag four peaks in a single day including Mount Bross (14,172 feet), Mount Lincoln (14,286 feet), Mount Cameron (14,238 feet) and Mount Democrat (14,148 feet). Whether you plan to summit one or all four peaks, just please remember to Leave No Trace.

EDITOR’S NOTE:  Climbing a fourteener in Colorado is a popular bucket list item but certainly not for the faint of heart. Drink plenty of water and listen to your body for possible warning symptoms of altitude sickness. It’s real, and should always be taken seriously. It can happen to anyone regardless of age or fitness level. It’s also worth mentioning that getting to the trailhead requires a high-clearance 4WD vehicle. Parking fees may also apply. It’s also important to note that some summits have varying degrees of allowed access. Follow rules and obtain permission if needed prior to climbing.


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