mount elbert, the highest peak in the rocky mountains of north america, is located in san isabel national forest near the city of leadville in lake county, colorado.
Mount Elbert (14,440 ft (4401.2 m)), a Colorado fourteener, is surrounded by many other fourteeners, and it's also very close to the Colorado Collegiate Peaks.
WE HAVE A NUMBER OF ARTICLES AND RESOURCES ABOUT mount elbert AND OTHER MOUNTAINS:
Check out our guide to Mount Elbert, including history, geography and some information about the climbing and trekking routes.
Includes a history and geography of the 14ers as well as a list of some of the main 14 thousanders in Colorado.
Includes details on the whole Rocky Mountains range and sub-ranges, including major peaks and climbing and hiking routes.
Including the Pacific Crest Trail, which passes close enough to Mount Rainier to make it worth while taking the time out to ascend this most prominent peak.
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