PATCH WORKS

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Mount Yale Patch

Part of the Collegiate Range, this peak was named by Professor JD Whitney on a surveying trip. He started the tradition of naming Sawatch peaks after universities. Elevation 14,196 feet.

$5.00

Tabeguache Peak Patch

This peak is named for a Ute Indian tribe that used to roam its base. Shavano is separated from Tabeguache Peak by a 1 1/4-mile long ridge, and they are often climbed together. Elevation 14,155 feet.

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Mount Eolus Patch

Surveyor Hayden named this cloud-capped peak in the San Juan's for Eolus, the Greek god of winds. Rock and grassy ledges near the summit form 'the sidewalk in the sky.' Elevation 14,083 feet.

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Mount Bierstadt Patch

A willow-whacker from Guanella Pass, this peak is named for Albert Bierstadt, who painted large pictures of Colorado landscapes. The Sawtooth Ridge connects it with Evans. Elevation 14,060 feet

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Mount Bierstadt Patch

A willow-whacker from Guanella Pass, this peak is named for Albert Bierstadt, who painted large pictures of Colorado landscapes. The Sawtooth Ridge connects it with Evans. Elevation 14,060 feet.

$5.00

Capitol Peak Patch

Capitol is known for its difficult climbing, loose rock and notorious knife-edge ridge west of K-2. Surveyor Hayden named this remote Elk Range peak for its stately appearance.

$5.00

San Luis Peak Patch

In the La Garita Wilderness area near Creede, this peak is named for the San Luis Valley nearby. The Rio Grande River, fed by the big snows of this range nourishes the valley. Elevation 14,014 feet.

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Sunshine Peak Patch

The lowest 14er in North America, Sunshine Peak is joined to Redcloud Peak by an easy ridge in the San Juan Mountains. Elevation 14,001 feet.

$5.00

Sunlight Peak Patch

It is an airy move to get to the summit of this Needle Range peak that is flanked by Eolus and Windom. It was named for the rays of sunshine that pass through the spires on its ridges. Elevation 14,059 feet.

$5.00

Torreys Peak Patch

This peak is named for 18th century botanist John Torreys, and is often climbed with Grays Peak. Prospectors referred to Grays and Torreys as the Twin Peaks. Elevation 14,270 feet. Mirroring Torreys and Grays pins sold separately.

$5.00

Pyramid Peak Patch

Loose rock, steep climbing and big exposure give this aptly named symmetrical peak an earned reputation as one of the most difficult to summit of all the fourteeners in Colorado. Elevation 14,018 feet.

$5.00

North Maroon Peak Patch

Sedimentary rock gave the Maroon Bells their distinctive color and layered appearance. The loose rock and steep climbing have earned these peaks the nickname 'Deadly Bells.' Elevation 14,014 feet.

$5.00
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