Crestone Peak Fourteener Snapback Hat
This snapback trucker hat is structured and high-profile, with a flat visor and a subtle grey under visor.
• 85% acrylic, 15% wool
• Structured, 6-panel, high-profile
• Plastic snap closure
• Grey under visor
|One size (inches)
|20 ½-24 ¼
Crestone Peak is one of the most spectacular mountains in Colorado. However, this mountain is referred to as The Peak. Moreover, adventurous Climbers found this mountain to be one of the difficult to access fourteeners in Colorado.
Further, as Colorado's seventh-highest summit, Crestone Peak is the tallest in the state that requires class 3 scrambling to get to its trailhead. It is a classic and one of the most visited summits in Colorado.
Crestone Peak shares its name with the nearby Crestone Needle, another 14er's of the Crestones. Emphatically, the Crestones are clusters of high summits, which comprise the Crestone Peak, Crestone Needle, Humboldt Peak, Columbia Point, and more.
The prominent Crestone Peak features a 14,294 ft elevation ( 4,357 m ). Also, it rises 7,000ft ( 2,100m ) above the east side of San Luis Valley.
Again, it has an elevation gain of 1,750m. This feature makes it the highest Peak of the Crestones. By prominence, Crestone Peak is 4,554ft (1,388m).
Crestone Peak is the second-highest summit in the Sangre de Cristo Range. This range is located in the Sangre de Cristo Wilderness of Rio Grande National Forest.
Main Trail Length
The Peak trail is a 21.7 kilometer moderately trafficked out and back route type located near Crestone, Colorado. Besides, this mountain trail is called Crestone Peak climbers' Route.
Crestone is the closest town to this mountain. The town is located west of this Mountain. Besides, Crestone formed its name from the Peaks; Crestone Peak and Crestone Needle.