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Park Range: 11,000+ Foot Peaks with 300+ feet of Prominence
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Park Range: 11,000+ Foot Peaks with 300+ feet of Prominence

 
Park Range: 11,000+ Foot Peaks with 300+ feet of Prominence

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Location: Colorado, United States, North America

Object Title: Park Range: 11,000+ Foot Peaks with 300+ feet of Prominence

 

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Park Range: 11,000+ Foot Peaks with 300+ feet of Prominence

These are all of the 11,000+ foot peaks in the Park Range in Colorado that have over 300 foot prominence. Peaks without official names are in quotations. Names were taken from benchmarks, maps, local names, historic names,or from the nearest named feature (such as a lake or peak). Peaks with mountain pages and photographs are in bold.

There are three peaks that have over 300+ feet prominence and above 12,000 feet and 27 that have over 300+ feet prominence and are over 11,000 feet.

RANK NAME ELEVATION PROMINENCE
1 Mount Zirkel 12,180 3470
2 Flattop Mountain 12,115 578
3 Big Agnes Mountain 12,060 1000
4 Lost Ranger Peak 11,932 1192
5 *"Peggy Peak" 11,931 631
6 Mount Ethel 11,924 544
7 "Bear Lakes Peak-North" 11,820 840
8 "Goosenest" 11,810 590
9 The Dome 11,739 479
10 *"Anvil Horn" 11,705 325
11 "Bear Lakes Peaks-South" 11,643 303
12 Bear Mountain 11,601 621
13 *"Mount Hobbs" 11,577 637
14 Red Elephant Mountain 11,569 469
15 *"The Forehead" 11,543 523
16 Little Agnes Mountain 11,497 437
17 Davis Peak 11,422 922
18 **Buck Mountain-South 11,396 1576
19 **Buck Mountain-North 11,372 392
20 "Roxy Ann Peak" 11,223 403
21 "Bighorn Peak" 11,174 354
22 "Porcupine Peak" 11,173 433
23 Front Range-Central Peak 11,164 384
24 "Red Canyon Peak" 11,161 421
25 "Luna Lake Peak" 11,081 341
26 "Seven Lakes Peak" 11,071 331


*Historic and local names of these peaks are from Joseph Kramarsic's book Mountaineering in the Park Range-A Guide to Mountains of the Mount Zirkel-Dome Peak Wilderness Area".

**There is some confusion as to whether Buck Mountain belongs to the Park Range or the Sierra Madre. The USGS 1:24,000 scale map labels it in the Sierra Madre, as do most other maps, while the USGS 1:250,000 scale map labels it in the Park Range. The 1:100,000 scale map isn't clear either way.

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Brian KaletPoison Ridge

Brian Kalet

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I believe Poison Ridge belongs to the Rabbit Ears Range.
Posted Sep 25, 2014 10:54 pm
ScottRe: Poison Ridge

Scott

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Thanks. You are correct. Not sure how that got in there. Anyway, I fixed the list.
Posted Sep 26, 2014 9:38 am

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Images

The view of Peak 11,560 from...Mt Zirkel Summit