Colorado is home to many mountain ranges, including portions of the enormous Rocky Mountain range. With more than 50 mountain peaks that reach an elevation above 14,000 feet, the many mountains in Colorado provide a seemingly endless opportunity for outdoor recreation.

Here’s a look at 13 mountain ranges that make up iconic Colorado scenery:

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smokeygrits50

Good info. But Dinosaur National monument is in the NW, not the Flat tops.

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