List of peaks in Rocky Mountain National Park

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The list of peaks in Rocky Mountain National Park includes the following: [1]

TrailheadImagePeakHeightLocation
Bear Lake Elk on Flattop Mountain.jpg Flattop Mountain12,326 ft /
3,757 m
40°18′32″N105°41′24″W / 40.309°N 105.690°W / 40.309; -105.690 (Flattop Mountain) [2]
Bear Lake Hallet's Peak reflected in Lake Haiyaha at darn in Rocky Mountain National Park. NPS-Debra Miller (18659267056).jpg Hallett Peak 12,598 ft /
3,840 m
40°18′11″N105°41′10″W / 40.303°N 105.686°W / 40.303; -105.686 (Hallett Peak) [3]
Bear LakeHayden Spire12,421 ft /
3,786 m
40°21′04″N105°44′24″W / 40.351°N 105.740°W / 40.351; -105.740 (Hayden Spire) [4]
Bear LakeKnobtop Mountain12,336 ft /
3,760 m
40°19′26″N105°42′04″W / 40.324°N 105.701°W / 40.324; -105.701 (Knobtop Mountain) [5]
Bear Lake Little Matterhorn, RMNP, The Natonal Parks Portfolio, 1921.tif Little Matterhorn11,532 ft /
3,515 m
40°19′37″N105°41′31″W / 40.327°N 105.692°W / 40.327; -105.692 (Little Matterhorn) [6]
Bear LakeNotchtop Mountain11,929/ ft /
3,636 m
40°19′05″N105°41′38″W / 40.318°N 105.694°W / 40.318; -105.694 (Notchtop Mountain) [7]
Bear LakePtarmigan Point12,270 ft /
3,740 m
40°18′47″N105°42′04″W / 40.313°N 105.701°W / 40.313; -105.701 (Ptarmigan Point) [8]
Bear LakeSnowdrift Peak12,205 ft /
3,720 m
40°18′36″N105°44′35″W / 40.310°N 105.743°W / 40.310; -105.743 (Snowdrift Peak) [9]
Chapin PassDesolation Peaks12,674 ft /
3,863 m
40°28′19″N105°41′35″W / 40.472°N 105.693°W / 40.472; -105.693 (Desolation Peaks) [10]
Chapin PassMount Chapin12,438 ft /
3,791 m
40°25′59″N105°42′04″W / 40.433°N 105.701°W / 40.433; -105.701 (Mount Chapin) [11]
Chapin Pass Mount Chiquita by RO.jpg Mount Chiquita
(center)
13,051 ft /
3,978 m
40°26′35″N105°41′17″W / 40.443°N 105.688°W / 40.443; -105.688 (Mount Chiquita) [12]
Chapin Pass RMNP Ypsilon Lake Trail.jpg Ypsilon Mountain 13,445 ft /
4,098 m
40°27′22″N105°40′52″W / 40.456°N 105.681°W / 40.456; -105.681 (Ypsilon Mountain) [13]
Colorado RiverHoward Mountain12,762 ft /
3,890 m
40°25′34″N105°53′53″W / 40.426°N 105.898°W / 40.426; -105.898 (Howard Mountain) [14]
Colorado River Lead Mountain (Grand County, Colorado) July 2016.jpg Lead Mountain 12,474 ft /
3,802 m
40°26′53″N105°53′49″W / 40.448°N 105.897°W / 40.448; -105.897 (Lead Mountain) [15]
Colorado RiverLulu Mountain12,201 ft /
3,719 m
40°28′44″N105°51′43″W / 40.479°N 105.862°W / 40.479; -105.862 (Lulu Mountain) [16]
Colorado RiverMount Cirrus12,730 ft /
3,880 m
40°26′02″N105°54′04″W / 40.434°N 105.901°W / 40.434; -105.901 (Mount Cirrus) [17]
Colorado RiverMount Cumulus12,733 ft /
3,881 m
40°24′36″N105°54′07″W / 40.410°N 105.902°W / 40.410; -105.902 (Mount Cumulus) [18]
Colorado RiverMount Nimbus12,644 ft /
3,854 m
40°23′46″N105°54′14″W / 40.396°N 105.904°W / 40.396; -105.904 (Mount Nimbus) [19]
Cow CreekDark Mountain10,827 ft /
3,300 m
40°25′55″N105°34′19″W / 40.432°N 105.5719°W / 40.432; -105.5719 (Dark Mountain) [20]
Emmaline LakeComanche Peak12,690 ft /
3,868 m
40°32′53″N105°40′37″W / 40.548°N 105.677°W / 40.548; -105.677 (Comanche Peak) [21]
Emmaline LakeFall Mountain12,257 ft /
3,736 m
40°31′41″N105°39′40″W / 40.528°N 105.661°W / 40.528; -105.661 (Fall Mountain) [22]
Fern LakeStones Peak12,894 ft /
3,930 m
40°21′14″N105°43′16″W / 40.354°N 105.721°W / 40.354; -105.721 (Stones Peak) [23]
Glacier GorgeArrowhead12,651 ft /
3,856 m
40°16′05″N105°39′00″W / 40.268°N 105.650°W / 40.268; -105.650 (Arrowhead) [24]
Glacier GorgeChiefs Head Peak13,579 ft /
4,121 m
40°14′56″N105°38′28″W / 40.249°N 105.641°W / 40.249; -105.641 (Chiefs Head Peak) [25]
Glacier GorgeHalf Mountain11,437 ft /
3,486 m
40°17′24″N105°37′59″W / 40.290°N 105.633°W / 40.290; -105.633 (Half Mountain) [26]
Glacier GorgeMcHenrys Peak13,327 ft /
4,062 m
40°15′47″N105°39′29″W / 40.263°N 105.658°W / 40.263; -105.658 (McHenrys Peak) [27]
Glacier GorgeOtis Peak12,444 ft /
3,793
40°17′31″N105°40′48″W / 40.292°N 105.680°W / 40.292; -105.680 (Otis Peak) [28]
Glacier GorgePagoda Mountain13,392 ft /
4,082 m
40°15′04″N105°37′34″W / 40.251°N 105.626°W / 40.251; -105.626 (Pagoda Mountain) [29]
Glacier Gorge Petit Grepon from Sharks Tooth.jpg Petit Grepon12,000 ft /
3,658 m
40°16′48″N105°40′23″W / 40.280°N 105.673°W / 40.280; -105.673 (Petit Grepon) [30]
Glacier Gorge Powell Peak Rocky Mountain National Park.jpg Powell Peak13,149 ft /
4,008 m
40°15′57″N105°39′53″W / 40.2658°N 105.6647°W / 40.2658; -105.6647 (Powell Peak) [31]
Glacier GorgeThe Sharkstooth12,411 ft /
3,783 m
40°16′48″N105°40′26″W / 40.280°N 105.674°W / 40.280; -105.674 (The Sharkstooth) [32]
Glacier GorgeThe Spearhead12,533 ft /
3,820 m
40°15′18″N105°38′17″W / 40.255°N 105.638°W / 40.255; -105.638 (The Spearhead) [33]
Glacier Gorge Taylor Peak RMNP, The National Parks Portfolio, 1921.tif Taylor Peak 13,117 ft /
3,998 m
40°16′26″N105°40′48″W / 40.274°N 105.680°W / 40.274; -105.680 (Taylor Peak) [34]
Glacier GorgeThatchtop12,657 ft /
3,858 m
40°16′44″N105°39′11″W / 40.279°N 105.653°W / 40.279; -105.653 (Thatchtop) [35]
Green MountainNakai Peak11,916 ft /
3,632 m
40°20′46″N105°46′34″W / 40.346°N 105.776°W / 40.346; -105.776 (Nakai Peak) [36]
Green MountainSprague Mountain12,697 ft /
3,870 m
40°20′49″N105°44′10″W / 40.347°N 105.736°W / 40.347; -105.736 (Sprague Mountain) [37]
Lake Agnes Mount Richthofen viewed from Tundra World Nature Trail.jpg Mount Richthofen 12,890 ft /
3,929 m
40°28′08″N105°53′42″W / 40.469°N 105.895°W / 40.469; -105.895 (Mount Richthofen) [38]
Lake Agnes Static Peak (Colorado) July 2016.jpg Static Peak 12,575 ft /
3,833 m
40°28′37″N105°53′31″W / 40.477°N 105.892°W / 40.477; -105.892 (Static Peak) [39]
Lake AgnesTepee Mountain12,306 ft /
3,751 m
40°27′47″N105°53′56″W / 40.463°N 105.899°W / 40.463; -105.899 (Tepee Mountain) [40]
Lawn Lake Fairchild Mountain viewed from Trail Ridge Road.jpg Fairchild Mountain 13,508 ft /
4,116 m
40°28′05″N105°39′50″W / 40.468°N 105.664°W / 40.468; -105.664 (Fairchild Mountain) [41]
Lawn Lake Hagues Peak viewed from Trail Ridge Road.jpg Hagues Peak 13,570 ft /
4,096 m
40°29′06″N105°38′46″W / 40.485°N 105.646°W / 40.485; -105.646 (Hagues Peak) [42]
Lawn Lake Mummy Mountain, viewed from Trail Ridge Road, July 2016.jpg Mummy Mountain 13,382 ft /
4,079 m
40°28′34″N105°37′34″W / 40.476°N 105.626°W / 40.476; -105.626 (Mummy Mountain) [43]
Lawn LakeRowe Peak13,399 ft /
4,084 m
40°29′24″N105°38′42″W / 40.490°N 105.645°W / 40.490; -105.645 (Rowe Peak) [44]
Longs PeakEstes Cone11,010 ft /
3,356 m
40°17′42″N105°34′01″W / 40.295°N 105.567°W / 40.295; -105.567 (Estes Cone) [45]
Longs Peak Longs Peak with Lenticular Clouds, Rocky Mountain National Park.jpg Longs Peak 14,258 ft /
4,346 m
40°15′18″N105°36′58″W / 40.255°N 105.616°W / 40.255; -105.616 (Longs Peak) [46]
Longs PeakMount Lady Washington13,245 ft /
4,037 m
40°15′47″N105°36′25″W / 40.263°N 105.607°W / 40.263; -105.607 (Mount Lady Washington) [47]
Longs Peak Longs Peak and Mount Meeker.jpg Mount Meeker (left)13,868 ft /
4,227 m
40°14′56″N105°36′18″W / 40.249°N 105.605°W / 40.249; -105.605 (Mount Meeker) [48]
Longs PeakStorm Peak13,320 ft /
4,060 m
40°15′58″N105°37′14″W / 40.266°N 105.6205°W / 40.266; -105.6205 (Storm Peak) [49]
Lumpy Ridge Lumpy Ridge /
The Needles
10,059 ft /
3,066 m
40°24′58″N105°33′04″W / 40.416°N 105.551°W / 40.416; -105.551 (The Needles) [50]
Meeker ParkHorsetooth Peak10,341 ft /
3,152 m
40°13′55″N105°33′36″W / 40.232°N 105.560°W / 40.232; -105.560 (Horsetooth Peak) [51]
Meeker ParkLookout Mountain10,702 ft /
3,262 m
40°13′37″N105°33′54″W / 40.227°N 105.565°W / 40.227; -105.565 (Lookout Mountain) [52]
Milner Pass Chief Cheley Peak 12,815 ft /
3,906 m
40°22′01″N105°46′26″W / 40.367°N 105.774°W / 40.367; -105.774 (Chief Cheley Peak) [53]
Milner PassCracktop12,762 ft /
3,890 m
40°21′58″N105°45′58″W / 40.366°N 105.766°W / 40.366; -105.766 (Cracktop) [54]
Milner Pass Rocky Mountains NP Mount Ida en Azure Lake 17-9-2014 14-02-59.JPG Mount Ida 12,844 ft /
3,915 m
40°22′19″N105°46′44″W / 40.372°N 105.779°W / 40.372; -105.779 (Mount Ida) [55]
Milner Pass Mount Julian (Colorado) viewed from Trail Ridge Road.jpg Mount Julian 12,920 ft /
3,938 m
40°22′16″N105°45′29″W / 40.371°N 105.758°W / 40.371; -105.758 (Mount Julian) [56]
Milner PassTerra Tomah Mountain12,693 ft /
3,869 m
40°22′35″N105°45′00″W / 40.3763°N 105.750°W / 40.3763; -105.750 (Terra Tomah Mountain) [57]
Saint Vrain MountainMeadow Mountain11,634 ft /
3,546 m
40°10′30″N105°34′12″W / 40.175°N 105.570°W / 40.175; -105.570 (Meadow Mountain) [58]
Saint Vrain MountainSaint Vrain Mountain12,149 ft /
3,703 m
40°09′40″N105°35′06″W / 40.161°N 105.585°W / 40.161; -105.585 (Saint Vrain Mountain) [59]
Stormy PeaksStormy Peaks12,113 ft /
3,692 m
40°31′12″N105°35′13″W / 40.520°N 105.587°W / 40.520; -105.587 (Stormy Peaks) [60]
Trail Ridge Road Mountains in Larimer County, Colorado.jpg Sundance Mountain12,447 ft /
3,794 m
40°24′29″N105°42′40″W / 40.408°N 105.711°W / 40.408; -105.711 (Sundance Mountain) [61]
Twin Sisters Twin Sisters Peaks, Many Parks Curve Overlook, July 2016.jpg Twin Sisters Peaks 11,332 ft /
3,454 m
40°17′20″N105°31′05″W / 40.289°N 105.518°W / 40.289; -105.518 (Twin Sisters Peaks) [62]
Wild Basin Copeland Mountain13,166 ft /
4,013 m
40°10′55″N105°38′46″W / 40.182°N 105.646°W / 40.182; -105.646 (Copeland Mountain) [63]
Wild BasinElk Tooth12,848 ft /
3,916 m
40°10′05″N105°39′14″W / 40.168°N 105.654°W / 40.168; -105.654 (Elk Tooth) [64]
Wild BasinIsolation Peak13,067 ft /
3,983 m
40°12′11″N105°40′37″W / 40.203°N 105.677°W / 40.203; -105.677 (Isolation Peak) [65]
Wild Basin Mount Alice 13,281 ft /
4,048 m
40°14′20″N105°39′47″W / 40.239°N 105.663°W / 40.239; -105.663 (Mount Alice) [66]
Wild BasinOgalalla Peak13,081 ft /
3,987 m
40°10′12″N105°40′01″W / 40.170°N 105.667°W / 40.170; -105.667 (Ogalalla Peak) [67]
Wild BasinOuzel Peak12,677 ft /
3,864 m
40°11′10″N105°40′16″W / 40.186°N 105.671°W / 40.186; -105.671 (Ouzel Peak) [68]
Wild BasinPilot Mountain12,113 ft /
3,692 m
40°13′52″N105°39′29″W / 40.231°N 105.658°W / 40.231; -105.658 (Pilot Mountain) [69]
Wild BasinThe Cleaver12,178 /
3,712
40°13′01″N105°40′16″W / 40.217°N 105.671°W / 40.217; -105.671 (The Cleaver) [70]

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  54. "Cracktop". Geographic Names Information System . United States Geological Survey. October 13, 1978. Retrieved November 10, 2016.
  55. "Mount Ida". Geographic Names Information System . United States Geological Survey. October 13, 1978. Retrieved November 10, 2016.
  56. "Mount Julian". Geographic Names Information System . United States Geological Survey. October 13, 1978. Retrieved November 10, 2016.
  57. "Terra Tomah Mountain". Geographic Names Information System . United States Geological Survey. October 13, 1978. Retrieved November 10, 2016.
  58. "Meadow Mountain". Geographic Names Information System . United States Geological Survey. October 13, 1978. Retrieved November 10, 2016.
  59. "Saint Vrain Mountain". Geographic Names Information System . United States Geological Survey. October 13, 1978. Retrieved November 10, 2016.
  60. "Stormy Peaks". Geographic Names Information System . United States Geological Survey. October 13, 1978. Retrieved November 10, 2016.
  61. "Sundance Mountain". Geographic Names Information System . United States Geological Survey. October 13, 1978. Retrieved November 10, 2016.
  62. "Twin Sisters Peaks". Geographic Names Information System . United States Geological Survey. October 13, 1978. Retrieved November 10, 2016.
  63. "Copeland Mountain". Geographic Names Information System . United States Geological Survey. October 13, 1978. Retrieved November 10, 2016.
  64. "Elk Tooth". Geographic Names Information System . United States Geological Survey. October 13, 1978. Retrieved November 10, 2016.
  65. "Isolation Peak". Geographic Names Information System . United States Geological Survey. October 13, 1978. Retrieved November 10, 2016.
  66. "Mount Alice". Geographic Names Information System . United States Geological Survey. October 13, 1978. Retrieved November 10, 2016.
  67. "Ogalalla Peak". Geographic Names Information System . United States Geological Survey. October 13, 1978. Retrieved November 10, 2016.
  68. "Ouzel Peak". Geographic Names Information System . United States Geological Survey. October 13, 1978. Retrieved November 10, 2016.
  69. "Pilot Mountain". Geographic Names Information System . United States Geological Survey. October 13, 1978. Retrieved November 10, 2016.
  70. "The Cleaver". Geographic Names Information System . United States Geological Survey. October 13, 1978. Retrieved November 10, 2016.