Ellingwood Point Fourteener Classic Mesh Trucker Hat
This six-panel trucker cap with a mesh back will be a comfy and classic choice for a perfect day in the sun.
• 60% cotton, 40% polyester
• Mid-profile cap, six-panel hat
• Mesh back
• Plastic adjustable closure
Ellingwood Point was named in honor of Albert Russell Ellingwood in 1972- an early pioneer of mountain climbing in Colorado.
In particular, Ellingwood's Point inclusion amongst the Fourteeners list has been somewhat controversial - it barely qualifies Colorado's 90 m topographic prominence cutoff. However, most administrations do consider it as a true Fourteener.
Particularly, Ellingwood peak has a great view from Mount Lindsey. Besides, it is somewhat close to its parent Peak - Blanca peak.
Ellingwood point has an elevation of 14,042 ft which is equivalent to 4,278m. Additionally, this peak has a prominence
342 ft (104 m).
Ellingwood Point is a high mountain summit in the Sangre de Cristo Range. Also, it is classified amongst The Rocky Mountains in North America.
Main Trail Length
The easiest route to the peak of this high mountain summit is the class 2 scramble located near Alamosa, Colorado. It has a main trail length of 22.5kilometers. Besides, this trail features an out and back route type.
This trailing type offers its climbers or hikers an amazing view of wildlife but recommended to only proficient adventurers.
Also, this peak features activities like hiking, nature the trip, bird watching, and many more.
The closest town to Ellingwood point is the Town of Blanca. Furthermore, this high mountain summit is located on the Sierra Blanca Massif, 9.9 miles toward the North by east (bearing 7°) of the Town of Blanca, Colorado, the United States.