Individual routes, combos, and legendary traverses are all included. Whether you desire an easy hike or a tougher alternate route, 14ers will give you the information to safely obtain the summit. The content of 14ers is taken directly from the book Colorado’s Fourteeners, authored by Gerry Roach.
14ers is the ultimate guide to hiking the great Colorado 14ers! Features Include:
- Route and Approach Information
- Driving Directions
- Mountain Forecast
- 14er map plus GPS tracks
- GPS Tracking
- Gear Checklist
- Facebook Interface
- Colorado Mountain Club 14ers
- Colorado Peaks over 14,000 feet (Ranked)
- Colorado Peaks over 14,000 feet (USGS Named)
- Colorado Centennial Peaks (Ranked)
- Colorado Centennial Peaks (All)
- Colorado Bicentennial Peaks (Ranked)
- Colorado Bicentennial Peaks (All)
- Colorado 13,500 foot peaks
- Colorado 13,700 foot peaks
- Colorado County High Points
Powered by "the peak bagging app", you can now bag peaks on these lists, track ascent dates for multiple climbs, logs and notes for each ascent and even create reports for Trail and Peak conditions to share with other users of the app!
Also, at any time you can upgrade to "the peak bagging app" which has access to over 10,000 peaks and 200 climbing lists!
About "the peak bagging app"
the peak bagging app project is an initiative conceived by some outdoor enthusiasts / computer nerds who longed for a better way to track and plan their peak bagging, climbing and mountaineering adventures.
- Bag peaks with GPS verification.
- Map: with peak location, compass and distance grid
- Fit for the outdoors! No network needed. Works offline.
- Download peak data (for offline use)
- Create new peaks (will be verified)
- Share your happy moments with others
- Browse Summit Logs of fellow peak baggers
Peakhunter (peakhunter.com) is the premiere Digital Global Summit Log.
The Peakhunter App only lets you create an entry while standing on a peak. That proves that you have climbed it (GPS location, time stamp). Write about your experience and let other fellow hunters know about the conditions; take photos and share them with others on Facebook.
Conveniently keep track of all the peaks you have ascended.
The app works WITHOUT a cellphone network! It only uses GPS to confirm your exact location.
You can download all the peaks for a given country. That makes them available offline (when you have no internet).
We have over 300,000 peaks in our database.
Mind you: There's no source for accurate positions of all the peaks in the world – yet.
We want to change that by harnessing crowd-sourced GPS data.
Help us build the most comprehensive database of peaks on the planet!
If you find a peak that does not exist or is in the wrong place, create a new one. All newly created peaks will be verified by us and other users.
All peak logs can be browsed on peakhunter.com.
1) Install the App
2) Register an account
3) Climb a peak
4) Log it!
This service will be constantly updated with new features.
We look forward to your suggestions! Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
For News follow us on twitter or facebook.
The Peakhunter service is free.
Have fun and be safe!
Your Peakhunter Team
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Now you can just point your phone at the mountain and see what it's called and how tall it is using the augmented reality display in the Colorado Peak ID app!
This app is designed to help you identify all of the 13ers and 14ers in Colorado. You can set the range (up to 50 miles) of peaks you'd like to see and also filter out peaks you're not interested in -- so if you're only interested in centennial thirteeners, you can deselect the fourteeners so that they won't clutter the display.
Like all augmented reality apps, this app is only as good as the compass and GPS on your phone, so please read the help instructions for calibrating this so that you can ensure that you get the best results possible. Some phones may not be able to place the identification marker exactly on the summit of the peak, but most phones should get close enough to be helpful.