Mt. Yale 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
In the western Rocky Mountains of North America, Mount Yale is one of the highest mountain peaks in the Collegiate Peaks Wilderness of San Isabel National Forest. In particular, Mount Yale is the 33rd highest Peaks in the U.S. This makes it very busy during the summer.
Furthermore, this mountain is located in Chaffee County, Colorado, United States. In addition, the mountain was named in honor of Yale University's founder, Eli Yale.
The first ascent was recorded on August 18, 1869, by William Brewer, William Davis, Robert Moore, S. Sharpless, and Josiah Whitney.
It features an elevation of 14,196 ft (equivalent to 4327 m) coupled with an elevation gain of 1,292 m.
The summit of Yale is the highest and most prominent peak in the Collegiate Peaks of the Sawatch Range in The Rocky Mountains. It is the eighth highest peak in the Sawatch Range.
Main Trail Length
Part of its popularity can be attributed to a paved road all through to the trailhead. Mount Yale summit trail is 16.4 kilometers out and back trail near Buena vista, colorado. During the summer months, this trail is used for hiking, running, camping, and Snowshoeing. Dogs can also be brought along for a short walk but must be leashed.
Mount Yale is located due west of Buena Vista, Colorado.