The Lizard Head is considered by many climbers to be the most difficult summit in Colorado. The crumbly neck of volcanic tuff rises 400 feet from its base to the elevation of 13,113 feet. The first known people to reach the top of the pinnacle were Albert Ellingwood and Barton Hoag in 1920.
Photo taken from the Black Face Ridge.
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