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Santa Fe Peak is sequenced with Geneva Peak and is connected by a high, mostly tundra-covered, Class 2 ridge. The descent off the peak is straightforward with little route-finding required. The trailhead we propose is accessed by vehicles with better-than-average clearance, but a lower trailhead can be accessed by most any passenger vehicle. Both summits are located in the Front Range group and can be easily accessed by Front Range day-hikers.