Snow covered summit ridge of Mount Elbert ( 14,440ft, 4401m ) in the Colorado Rockies
Elbert is the highest peak in the Rocky Mountains of North America.
It is the highest of the fourteeners in the US State of Colorado
and the high point of the Sawatch Range.
Elbert is the second highest mountain in the contiguous United States,
- only 65ft /20m less high than Mt. Whitney in California.
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