Pikes Peak (14,110′), Front RangeRead MoreHumboldt Peak (14,064′), Sangre de Cristo RangeRead MoreStony Pass (12,592′), San Juan RangeRead MoreMt Audubon (13,223′), Front RangeRead MoreHayden Pass (10,709′), Sangre de Cristo RangeRead MoreTincup Pass (12,154′), Sawatch RangeRead MoreHurricane Pass (12,730′) and California Pass (12,960′), San Juan RangeRead MorePicket Wire Canyonlands Tracksite (4,403′), Eastern PlainsRead MoreWest Spanish Peak (13,625′), Sangre de Cristo RangeRead MoreLa Plata Peak (14,336′), Sawatch RangeRead MoreLake Haiyaha (10,244′), Front RangeRead MoreLongs Peak (14,255′), Front RangeRead MoreHuron Peak (14,003′), Sawatch RangeRead MoreGreat Sand Dunes National Park (8,700′), Sangre de Cristo RangeRead MoreAmerican Basin to Sloan Lake (12,920′), San Juan RangeRead MorePaint Mines Park (6,791′), Eastern PlainsRead MoreMissouri Mountain (14,067′), Sawatch RangeRead MoreAlberta Falls (9,400′), Front RangeRead More Mountain Ranges Hiking Trails Road Trips Dog Friendly Rocky Mountain N.P. Snowshoeing Planning All Trail Reports Mt Elbert is the highest peak in the Rocky Mountains of North America. The Great Sand Dunes National Park is home to the tallest sand dunes in the U.S. Grays Peak is the highest point on the Continental Divide in North America. The Mount Evans Scenic Byway is the highest paved road in the U.S. The highest suspension bridge in the U.S. can be found 955′ above the Royal Gorge. Picket Wire Canyon has one of the largest preserved sets of dinosaur tracks in the world. Mosquito Pass is the highest vehicle pass in the contiguous U.S. that isn’t out and back. In 1891 White River became one of the first two U.S. National Forests. The Spanish Peaks are world renowned for thier geological features of stocks and dikes.