San Luis Peak 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
The San Luis Peak is the highest point in the San Luis Valley. The first ascent on this 14er was by Franklin Rhoda and A.D.Wilson in 1874.
The peak is located some distance from the other Fourteeners in the San Juans, and it has a more wilderness setting than others. Visitors rarely see others on San Luis Peak except themselves.
San Luis Peak is Colorado's 51st highest peak and is known as one of the most difficult 14ers to climb. Due to its lack of proximity to any large town or city. San Luis Peak is also one of the least climbed Fourteeners in Colorado.
The 14014-foot Fourteener offers awesome views and is the perfect hike for tourists seeking to escape the crowds.
In the San Juan Mountains of Colorado, San Luis Peak is the highest peak in the La Garita Mountains range of The Rocky Mountains of North America. It is very secluded from any local towns or cities. San Juan mountains are one of the most majestic and beautiful ranges in Colorado. They were formed millions of years ago by volcanic activity, resulting in some of the most amazing shapes.
Main Trail Length
Two routes lead to the summit of San Luis Peak, with Stewart Creek being the most popular and easiest route.
The San Luis Peak via Stewart Creek Trail is a 20.3 kilometer out and back trail in Creede, Colorado, offering scenic views. This trail is highly recommended for very experienced adventurers.
This mountain is very distant from any large towns or cities and is very secluded from any local towns or cities. There are no large cities or towns nearby.