Colorado is home to 53 '14ers', or mountain peaks over 14,000 feet high! These stunning mountains tower over the landscape and are sight to see. Now, with Ecorial Scattering Services, you have the opportunity to have a loved one's ashes scattered at the summit of one of these majestic mountains!
At 14,275 feet, Torreys Peak is one of the tallest mountains in North America with amazing sweeping views from the summit. Similar to Grays Peak, Charles Parry was the first known person to climb the peak (which occurred in 1861). He named this famous peak after one of his botanists, John Torrey.
At 14,278 feet, Greys Peak is the highest point on the Continental Divide and the tenth highest peak in the Rocky Mountains. In 1861, Charles Parry made the first recorded climb to the summit and named the peak after one of his botanists, Asa Gray.
This 14,259 foot mountain is one of the most popular peaks to climb in Colorado and is the highest point in Rocky Mountain National Park. It was named after Major Stephen Long, who first saw the massive peak in 1820 during an expedition.
A popular mountain to climb for both, locals and visitors alike, Mount Evans dominates the western skyline of Denver and the Great Plains. It rises 14,271 feet, making it one of the tallest mountains in the Rocky Mountains.
Considered by many to be one of the most accessible 14ers in Colorado, Mount Bierstadt also has some of the most spectacular views. From the summit (elevation 14,065 feet) you can see Mount Evans, Grays Peak and Torreys Peak. This beautiful mountain was named after Albert Bierstadt, a 19th century painter who frequently painted the Rocky Mountains.