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Columbia Peak Zipperpull-Pendant
  • Columbia Peak Zipperpull-Pendant
  • Columbia Peak Zipperpull-Pendant

This item is currently back ordered and is expected in stock by June 30.

  • 1 inch diameter
  • Cast in fine pewter
  • Lanyard hook attachment
  • Mounted on story card
Place Name: Columbia Peak
Elevation: 14,073 ft.
Coordinates: N38° 54' 14'' W106° 17' 49''
Location: Sawatch Range, Colorado, USA
MarkerSleuth Photo Contributor: Arthur Priestly, 1999
This Colorado Fourteener (35th highest) is one of the Collegiate Peaks and nearest neighbor to Mount Harvard. It was named in 1916 by Roger W. Toll of the Colorado Mountain Club. He placed club climbing registers on the Sawatch peaks, and like others before him, named a peak after his alma mater.
Mount Columbia and Mount Harvard can be summited in the same outing. The climb is long and challenging, requiring experience, fitness and favorable weather conditions.