Front Range Highest 20

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Sign the Climber's Log
Only ranked peaks with at least 300 feet of interpolated prominence are included.

 Peak Name
Rank
Elevation
 Parent
Isolation
Prominence
Peak Lat.
Peak Long.
Quadrangle
 Grays Peak
1
14270
 Mount Lincoln
25.0
2770
39.6337
-105.8175
Grays Peak
 Torreys Peak
2
14267
 Grays Peak
0.6
560
39.6427
-105.8211
Grays Peak
 Mount Evans
3
14264
 Grays Peak
9.8
2764
39.5882
-105.6436
Mount Evans
 Longs Peak
4
14255
 Torreys Peak
43.7
2955
40.2548
-105.6161
Longs Peak
 Pikes Peak
5
14110
 Mount Evans
60.9
5530
46.8632
-121.7736
Pikes Peak
 Mount Bierstadt
6
14060
 Mount Evans
1.4
720
39.5825
-105.6686
Mount Evans
 Mount Meeker
7
13911
 Longs Peak
0.7
471
40.2485
-105.6050
Allenspark
 Mount Edwards
8
13850
 Grays Peak
1.3
470
39.6364
-105.7933
Grays Peak
 Mount Silverheels
9
13822
 Mount Lincoln
5.5
2280
39.3394
-106.0053
Alma
 Square Top Mountain
10
13794
 Mount Edwards
3.4
814
39.5933
-105.7631
Montezuma
 Argentine Peak1113738 Mount Edwards1.563839.6121-105.7770Montezuma
 Bald Mountain1213684 Argentine Peak7.5 209939.4448-105.9705Boreas Pass
 Bard Peak1313641 Torreys Peak5.4 170139.7203-105.8042Grays Peak
 Gray Wolf Mountain1413602 Mount Evans 2.258239.6173-105.6606Mount Evans
 Chiefs Head Peak1513579 Longs Peak1.471940.2497-105.6416Isolation Peak
 Rosalie Peak1613575 Mount Evans3.067539.5561-105.6065Harris Park
 Mount Parnassus1713574 Bard Peak1.053739.7202-105.8227Grays Peak
 Hagues Peak1813560 Chiefs Head Peak16.0 242040.4845 -105.6463Trail Ridge
 Pettingell Peak1913553 Torreys Peak4.4156339.7287-105.9047Loveland Pass
 "Epaulie"2013530 Mount Evans1.235039.5668-105.6233Harris Park

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