Need a climbing partner? Want to develop your hiking/climbing skills? Build your mountain sense with the CMC's newest section: "Colorado High Peaks." Tackle 13ers, 14ers, or Colorado's most inspiring summits with a community of like-minded adventurers. Over 200 trips to choose from and educational opportunities like the "Alpine Scrambling School."
The High Peaks Section is the community you didn't know you had. Join the club & discover your kind of people - like-minded mountain adventurers. CMC.org "A Passion for the Mountains."
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Purchase a Colorado Search & Rescue card online. Funds collected for this card are distributed to counties to aid in search & rescue costs. Though this card is not an "insurance policy" in case you become lost or need rescue, having a card may help defray some of the costs associated with such.
A newer discussion forum for mostly Colorado summits with typical reports, discussion and information useful to climbing Colorado summits. Requires a free registration. Frequented by some of Colorado's most well-known peakbaggers.
LoJ is home to the most comprehensive peak listing for the USA. 165k+ peaks listed. Lists in every state and advanced tools to track your own ascents. Each peak on our site has been linked to the corresponding LoJ page for that peak.
This sight is created and maintained by Gerry and Jennifer Roach. It was formerly known as Climb.Mountains.com. The site contains a complete 13er peak list and numerous other resources. Gerry Roach is the author of a several climbing guidebooks including: "Colorado's Thirteeners - 13,800 - 13,999 ft." and "Colorado's Fourteeners - From Hikes to Climbs." Gerry is a world-class mountaineer who also is available to make presentations about his extensive climbing career.
The COTREX map is published by the State of Colorado division of Parks & Wildlife. It is a comprehensive and detailed map of all trails in the state for hiking, biking, horseback riding, ATV's, etc. The map only includes published, maintained trails, under the various jurisdictions of state, federal or municipal authorities. Non-maintained trails, such as many we mention on this site used by climbers will not be shown.
A personal site by Brian Schultz documenting his climbs of various Colorado summits including 14ers, a large number of 13ers, 12ers and an assortment of other Colorado and state summits and a few international peaks as well. The reports are in a personal account style so there may be some sorting you may need to do to get to the most useful peak beta, nevertheless the site is a good and useful source of 13er beta and offers some other routes and perspectives on the trailheads, trails and routes on these peaks.
Links to "Bushducks" website that provides updated information regarding many Colorado 4x4 routes, passes, etc. A great source to consult to obtain some idea as to whether or not you think you can get your vehicle through, across, over, etc.