Mt. Lindsey 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
Mount Lindsey was formerly called the Old Baldy Peak but later changed in 1954 to Mount Lindsey. The name was changed in honor of Malcolm Lindsey - a valuable chaperone for the Juniors of the Colorado Mountain Club in the 1940s.
Although the summit and the majority of the southern flank of the mountain are privately held.
Furthermore, Mount Lindsey is classified among The Rocky Mountains of North America. This peak is located in the Sangre de Cristo Land Grant.
The distance is 10.8 miles towards the north (bearing 358°) of the community of Fort Garland in Costilla County, Colorado, United States. Interestingly, this peak is known to be the 43rd Colorado Fourteener.
Mount Lindsey elevation is recorded to be 14,042 ft which is also equivalent to 4,280m.
The peak is a high mountain summit on the Sierra Blanca Massif in the Sangre de Cristo Range of The Rocky Mountains in North America.
Main Trail Length
Mount Lindsey's main trail length covers a distance of 12.2kilometers. Also, it has an elevation gain of 1,098m with an out and back route type. This route features a river and has a leafy alpine valley surrounded by ridges.
The closest town to Mount Lindsey is Alamosa, Colorado, USA. This city is 37.7 miles from this high mountain summit.