Mt. Oxford Fourteener 5-Panel Mesh Trucker Hat
Classic trucker cap style with fabrics that make it very breathable.
• 47% cotton, 28% nylon, 25% polyester
• Five-panel with higher profile
• Flatbill, can be bent
• Snapback closure
Mt Oxford is a challenging mountain to climb. Occasionally, the mountain is climbed after hiking through Mt Belford. In particular, Mt Oxford is popular among hikers since many hikers like to bag Mt Belford after climbing Mt Oxford. Besides, this mountain has close ties to the Missouri Fourteeners.
Additionally, Mount Oxford was named in honor of Oxford University. In 1931, it was named after the traditions of naming mountains after prestigious colleges (such as Columbia and Harvard in that region).
Usually, Oxford and Belford are hiked together because both provide spectacular views of the Collegiate Peaks Wilderness. Also, views of the Canterbury Plains and Lees Valley are available from the summit of Mount Oxford.
The 14-mile Mount Oxford is 14,153 feet (4,316 m) high with an elevation gain of 1,276 m. This feature makes this peak the 27th highest Mountain in the United States.
Mountain Oxford is part of the collegiate peaks of the Sawatch Range in North America's Rocky Mountains.
Main Trail Length
Mount Oxford Trail is a 20.1 km, moderately trafficked loop trail. It is located near Oxford, Canterbury, New Zealand.
In addition, this trail features wildflowers. Besides, it is often used for hiking, forest views, walking, and birdwatching. A leash is required for dogs when using this trail.
In particular, this trail appears to be between June and September, with peak seasons occurring in July and August.
The Oxford trail is located near Granite, Colorado.