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Mt. Bross 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

William Bross owns a property in the same area where this mountain is located. Mount Bross was named after this landowner.

In addition to the scenic beauty of Mt. Bross, Mt. Lincoln, Mt. Cameron, and Mt. Democrats are nearby. It's known for the Decalibron Loop hike and abandoned mine shafts scattered about the area. The mountain is situated in Park County, Colorado, United States, 4.1 miles (6.6 km) northwest of the town of Alma (bearing 327°).


It's a 14,172-foot (4,320 m) Fourteener with an elevation gain of 956m.

Mountain Range

Mount Bross is a high mountain peak in the Rocky Mountain range of North America.

Main Trail Length

Six routes are available - East slopes from the mineral park, West slopes, East slopes, S-gully, Dolly Varden Gully, and Combo loop (Decalibron trail). Two of which are recommended for snow travel while one is a combination loop.

The Decalibron trail is a 7.5 miles roundtrip with about 6-8 hours of hiking per round. This trail features a 7.3km trail length with a loop route type.

Closest Town

The town of Alma is 7 miles away from this mountain. Besides, it takes approximately 20 minutes to get to the town from the mountain.