Columbus Mountain

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Columbus Mountain
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Columbus Mountain
Colorado
Highest point
Elevation 10,253 ft (3,125 m)  NAVD 88 [1]
Prominence 1,893 ft (577 m) [1]
Listing Colorado prominent summits
Coordinates 40°52′47″N107°11′32″W / 40.87972°N 107.19222°W / 40.87972; -107.19222 Coordinates: 40°52′47″N107°11′32″W / 40.87972°N 107.19222°W / 40.87972; -107.19222 [2]
Geography
Location Routt County, Colorado, U.S.
Parent range Elkhead Mountains
Topo map USGS Tumble Mountain

Columbus Mountain, elevation 10,253 ft (3,125 m), is a summit in the Elkhead Mountains of northern Colorado, United States. The mountain is northwest of Steamboat Springs in the Routt National Forest.

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References

  1. 1 2 "Columbus Mountain, Colorado". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 2013-06-23.
  2. "Columbus Mountain". Geographic Names Information System . United States Geological Survey . Retrieved 2013-06-23.