Colorado Peak/Climbing Sites You are here! The premier source of information on Colorado 14ers. Matt Payne's site has trip reports with excellent photography. The "Climbing Cooneys" have assembled an impressive collection of Colorado 13er route descriptions. Very helpful! Lists, lists and more lists. Plenty of peak stats and the ability to track your own peak completions. John Kirk has done an amazing job with this site. A free site with information and statistics about mountains and ranges of the world. Registered peakbaggers can log their ascents, post trip reports, and track their climbing activity. Climbing routes around the country, primarily focused on rock climbing. Photos, stats, routes and trip reports for peaks around the world. Gerry Roach's site containing Colorado peak lists and information about his published books.
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Colorado Related
Colorado Fourteeners Initiative The CFI is a partnership among nonprofit organizations, concerned individuals, and public agencies to protect and preserve the natural integrity of Colorado's Fourteeners through trail contruction/restoration, education and peak stewardship. The CFI has done trail work on many of our 14ers.
Rocky Mountain Field Institute RMFI has been working in concert with federal, state and local land management agencies since 1989 at locations in the Southern Rocky Mountains and Colorado Plateau to address critical land preservation and restoration needs. Most notably, they've spent a lot of time and resources doing work on trails leading The Crestones.
Colorado Mountain Club The CMC is an organization devoted to connecting those who love the Colorado Rockies or who study or seek recreation in them. The offer education programs and a regular schedule of mountain trips of various types and level of difficulty.
CDOT - Main Road Conditions Check road conditions through Colorado. Their site does not include Forest Service or back roads.
Leave No Trace Learn more about Leave No Trace (LNT). The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics is an educational, nonprofit organization dedicated to the responsible enjoyment and active stewardship of the outdoors by all people, worldwide.
Colorado Avalanche Information Center The purpose of the CAIC is to minimize the economic and human impact of snow avalanches on recreation, tourism, commerce, industry and the citizens of Colorado. They provide avalanche forecast data, statistics and incident information for Colorado.
Ski Mountaineering Hosted by Brittany Walker and Frank Konsella. There are a lot of great 14er ski reports on their site. Jordan White's site has some great 14er ski trip reports. Friends of Berthoud Pass is a grassroots collective of backcountry enthusiasts committed to preserving the legacy of public recreation at Berthoud Pass. A weblog of Ted and Christy Mahon's adventures. Lou Dawson's site dedicated to ski mountaineering. Lou was the first person to ski all of the CO 14ers.
Mapping, Maps, Books, Photography and More Caltopo offers incredible online mapping tools. If you're looking for something more than the mapping functionality found here on, Caltopo probably has what you need. Excellent waterproof maps to take on your 14er hikes. The provide 14er trails and are better+cheaper than the NatGeo Trails Illustrated maps. Colorado 14er and state high point peak markers made out of brass.
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