While the height of a mountain isn’t necessarily an indicator of difficulty, it is worth noting that these Colorado 14ers are the highest peaks in the state. If you’re looking to add a few climbs to the bucket list, these treks are definitely a few worth training for.

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10. Mount Antero – 14,269 feet

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Mount Antero

9. Grays Peak – 14,270 feet

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Grays Peak

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8. Mount Lincoln – 14,286 feet

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Mount Lincoln, CO. Photo Credit: Reed Uhlman.

7. Crestone Peak – 14,294 feet

Crestone Peak. Photo Credit: Blake Letourneau - OutThere Colorado.
Crestone Peak. Photo Credit: Blake Letourneau

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6. Uncompahgre Peak – 14,309 feet

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Photo Credit: Nick C.

5. La Plata Peak – 14,336 feet

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La Plata Peak

4. Blanca Peak – 14,345 feet

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Blanca Peak, CO.

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3. Mount Harvard – 14,420 feet

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Mount Harvard, CO. Photo Credit: Ethan Beute.

2. Mount Massive – 14,421 feet

Mount Massive, Colorado. Photo By: Greg Willis.
Mount Massive, Colorado. Photo By: Greg Willis.

1. Mount Elbert – 14,433

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Sunset over Twin Lakes and Mount Elbert near Leadville, Colorado. Photo Credit: Roschetzky (iStock)

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