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Colorado 14ers

Colorado has more terrain above 10,000 feet than any other state in the U.S., with more than a thousand summits above this height. If you want to see what it’s like at high altitude, Colorado is target-rich. Not surprisingly, most of the peak-bagging attention is focused on the state’s 58 peaks higher than 14,000 feet, or “14ers.”  

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California 14ers

California is famous for many things such as movie stars, surfing, wine, beaches and even cheese being it produces more than any other state in the USA. California has a experimental culture always thinking ahead in technology, fashion or social issues. Those who dream about moving to California do it for it’s past and future. But lets not forget the mountains. In the world of mountaineering a fourteener is a mountain peak with an elevation…

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A Six-Pack of Peaks

Big adventures require proper preparation. All the cool gear in the world won’t get you up the mountain if you neglect the two most important pieces of equipment: your brain and your body. Whether you are tackling a big peak like Mt. Whitney or a long trail like the John Muir Trail, you need to arm yourself with knowledge and the trail smarts to handle the unexpected. And your body needs to be physically prepared…

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Washington 100

Washington is home to some of the nation’s most inspiring and rugged mountains. Rocky summits, glaciers, high mountain lakes, deep glacier-carved valleys, and long, exposed ridges are just some of the rewards awaiting hikers and climbers in the Cascades and Olympic Mountains. From moderate walk-ups and alpine scrambles in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness and Olympic Mountains, to technical routes in the North Cascades, climbing in Washington’s State is a treasure of outstanding summits.    

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US Notables

America’s Mountains have a huge attraction for many different sorts of travelers. Collection Includes: Magazine Mountain, Grand Teton, Mount Elbert, Mount Rainier, Mount McKinley, Mount Washington, Mount Saint Elias, Mauna Kea, Mount Mitchell, and Mount Whitney.

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