Grays Peak and Torreys Peak, Photo Gallery, Summit County - Eagle County - Clear Creek County, Colorado
Grays Peak and Torreys Peak
Summit County - Eagle County - Clear Creek County
Grays Peak (14,270') and Torreys Peak (14,267') are the two highest points along the Continental Divide, and considered among the most accessible Colorado fourteeners. The peaks are connected by a .8 mile long saddle, making both attainable in a day with an early start. The peaks stand prominently over a gaping glacial valley framed by Kelso Mountain (13,164') to the north, and Mount Edwards (13,850') and McClellan Mountain's (13,587) serrated ridgeline to the south.
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