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Colorado Mountain Club Fourteeners

Showing Dave Covill's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (54 out of 54, or 100%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft Range (Level 4) Prom-Ft Ascent Date
1.Mount Elbert14,433Sawatch Range90731981-06-19
2.Mount Massive14,421Sawatch Range19411989-06-20
3.Mount Harvard14,420Sawatch Range23401996-07-13
4.Blanca Peak14,345Sangre de Cristo Range53261982-06-29
5.La Plata Peak14,336Sawatch Range18161993-09-12
6.Uncompahgre Peak14,309San Juan Mountains42771997-07-04
7.Crestone Peak14,294Sangre de Cristo Range45341999-09-04
8.Mount Lincoln14,286Central Colorado Ranges38621989-09-03
9.Grays Peak14,270Front Range27501983-09-11
10.Mount Antero14,269Sawatch Range25031992-08-21
11.Torreys Peak14,267Front Range5601983-09-11
12.Castle Peak14,265Elk Range Area23451996-06-22
12.Quandary Peak14,265Central Colorado Ranges11051989-08-01
14.Mount Evans14,264Front Range27441988-08-01
15.Longs Peak14,255Front Range29401985-09-10
16.Mount Wilson14,246San Juan Mountains40241991-09-01
17.Mount Shavano14,229Sawatch Range16191992-07-04
18.Mount Princeton14,197Sawatch Range21572002-09-01
18.Mount Belford14,197Sawatch Range13172008-08-23
18.Crestone Needle14,197Sangre de Cristo Range4372004-08-28
21.Mount Yale14,196Sawatch Range18762009-08-09
22.Mount Bross14,172Central Colorado Ranges2921989-09-03
23.Kit Carson Mountain14,165Sangre de Cristo Range10051988-09-04
24.El Diente14,159San Juan Mountains2392013-07-27
25.Maroon Peak14,156Elk Range Area23162010-08-14
26.Tabeguache Peak14,155Sawatch Range4351992-07-04
27.Mount Oxford14,153Sawatch Range6332008-08-23
28.Mount Sneffels14,150San Juan Mountains30301993-09-05
29.Mount Democrat14,148Central Colorado Ranges7481989-09-03
30.Capitol Peak14,130Elk Range Area17302011-08-20
31.Pikes Peak14,110Front Range55101982-07-02
32.Snowmass Mountain14,092Elk Range Area11322012-08-25
33.Windom Peak14,087San Juan Mountains21672011-09-03
34.Mount Eolus14,084San Juan Mountains10041996-08-17
35.Mount Columbia14,073Sawatch Range8732005-09-17
36.Missouri Mountain14,067Sawatch Range8272006-09-02
37.Humboldt Peak14,064Sangre de Cristo Range11841999-08-15
38.Mount Bierstadt14,060Front Range7001988-08-01
39.Sunlight Peak14,059San Juan Mountains3792009-09-04
40.Handies Peak14,048San Juan Mountains18882004-09-12
41.Culebra Peak14,047Sangre de Cristo Range48072006-06-17
42.Mount Lindsey14,042Sangre de Cristo Range15222010-07-31
42.Ellingwood Point14,042Sangre de Cristo Range3222011-07-09
44.Little Bear Peak14,037Sangre de Cristo Range3572011-08-29
45.Mount Sherman14,036Central Colorado Ranges8501991-07-21
46.Redcloud Peak14,034San Juan Mountains14362004-09-11
47.Pyramid Peak14,018Elk Range Area16182010-07-10
48.Wilson Peak14,017San Juan Mountains8571991-09-02
49.Wetterhorn Peak14,015San Juan Mountains16152012-09-08
50.San Luis Peak14,014San Juan Mountains31132006-07-01
50.North Maroon Peak14,014Elk Range Area2142011-08-13
52.Mount of the Holy Cross14,005Sawatch Range21111990-07-01
53.Huron Peak14,003Sawatch Range14031989-06-25
54.Sunshine Peak14,001San Juan Mountains4812004-09-11

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Selected Guidebook(s) for this List

       Colorado's Fourteeners: From Hikes to Climbs (Roach)
       Dawson's Guide to Colorado's Fourteeners, Vol. 1: The Northern Peaks (Dawson)
       Dawson's Guide to Colorado's Fourteeners, Vol. 2: The Southern Peaks (Dawson)
       A Climbing Guide to Colorado's Fourteeners (Borneman, Lampert)

Caution: These books feature many of the peaks on this list, but may not have information on all of them.

 


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