Pyramid Peak 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
Pyramid Peak is the 47th highest mountain peak in Colorado. In addition, it is recognized as the 78th highest peak in the United States.
This high mountain summit is located in the Elk Mountains in southeastern Pitkin County. Similar to other Peaks in the Elks like Mount Elbert, Pyramid Peak is quite steep.
Furthermore, this mountain is visible from the Roaring Fork River valley, taking the shape of a ragged square pyramid.
Interestingly, the first ascent of the Pyramid Peak was made by Percy Hagerman and Harold Clark in1909. According to records by several climbers, the easiest route to climbing this peak is through the exposed scramble.
Pyramid Peak records an elevation of 14,018 ft which is directly equivalent to 4,275metres. On the other hand, it has a prominence of 1,638ft (499 m)
Pyramid Peak is a high mountain summit of the Elk Mountain range.
Main Trail Length
Pyramid peak has an out and back route type with a moderately trafficked trail length that measures 11.6kilometres.
The conventional climbing routes on Pyramid Peak include the northeast and northwest ridges. These routes involve very difficult route-finding in terms of high exposure and a great deal of loose rock. Hence, climbing this mount is recommended for experienced adventurers only.
The closest town to Pyramid peak is Aspen, Colorado. This city is 10.8miles away from the mountain with a driving period of 23 mins.