Climbing 14'ers Near Breckenridge, Colorado
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14,000 Foot Peaks near Breckenridge, Colorado
Fourteeners near Breckenridge is a popular activity because of its close proximity to Summit County and of course Breckenridge. Climbing 14,000 foot peaks is challenging
and equally as rewarding. When taking those last steps before reaching the summit
one of Colorado's 14,000+ peaks, a sense unlike no other will fill your
soul with accomplishment. With Breckenridge's convenient location to
several 14ers, a weekend hiking excursion while staying in Breckenridge
is often a popular choice. Quandary Peak, Mt. Lincoln, Mt. Democrat & Mt.
Bross are practically in Breckenridge's backyard.
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Location: Quandary Peak is 6 miles southwest of Breckenridge on Colorado 9. If you are driving northwest on Colorado 9 (from Fairplay/Alma), it is just a few miles past Hoosier Pass.
Location: Mt. Lincoln is just south of the Continental Divide. Mt. Bross (14,172'), Mt. Cameron (14,239') and Mt. Democrat (14,148') are all very close to Lincoln. Quandary Peak (14,265') can also be seen to the north.
Location: Mt. Democrat is near the Continental Divide and close to the town of Alma. It is 1 - 2 miles from Mt. Bross (14,172') and Mt. Lincoln (14,286').
Location: Mt. Bross is near the Continental Divide and close to the town of Alma and Breckenridge. It's next to Mt. Democrat (14,148') and Mt. Lincoln (14,286') and can easily be seen from Hoosier Pass on Colorado Highway 9.
If you're climbing any of the 14ers near Breckenridge,
why not stop into the lovely town of Breckenridge and stay for a night
or two. To book your lodging visit our Breckenridge