Keeping Track of Fellow Hikers, Trekkers, Backpackers, and Trail Runners
26 is an online community for sharing and finding information about Colorado’s mountains (most importantly Colorado’s 100 highest mountains), mountain climbing, hiking and photography.
    At, you can:

    -Track your summit climbs
    -Purchase photos
    -Sell photos
    -Browse our list of over 6,000 summits!
    -Search and filter summits based on several parameters, including elevation, prominence, rank, isolation, spire measure, and more!
    -Write your own Blog – for free
    -Enhance and publish your own profile
    -Provide trip reports by adding summits via the summit table
    -View trip reports and filter them by several variables
    -Find others to climb with, or discuss summit-related topics in our Forum
    -Share and view photos in our photo gallery
    -Invite other appreciators of Colorado’s summits to join the site as a member, and get credit for it
    -Help shape the content of the site. The site will continue to evolve and features will be added over time.
    -Use the map above to navigate each of Colorado’s mountain ranges and sub-ranges, or use the top menu to navigate the site’s features. If you cannot see the map above, you may need to install the latest Flash Player.
    -The more you contribute to the site, the more points you earn. Eventually, points may become redeemable as the site matures due to dedicated membership.
    -Conquer Colorado’s summits!

One Response to “ – Colorado’s 100 highest mountains”
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    trailsnet Says:
    8:27 pm

    Believe it or not, the highest peak in Colorado is one of the more attainable. There is a nice trail all the way to the top and has nothing even close to technical climbing involved.

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