Climbing 14ers can be dangerous, please read the Mountaineering Safety Page

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 1)  Crestone Needle - South Face   4400'  12.00   Class 3  More serious exposure that could result in serious injury or death if you fell. Moving past the area will require some scrambling or short technical moves. 126  Print   
 2)  Crestone Peak - South Face   5700'  14.00   Class 3  Moderate exposure along the immediate route. It should be avoidable with some slow hiking or scrambling. 279  Print   
 3)  Combo: Crestones Traverse  5300'  14.00   Class 5  Dangerous exposure that requires careful, technical moves to navigate around. A fall would likely be fatal. Big, sheer drops. 38  Print   
 5)  Crestone Needle - Ellingwood Arete/Ledges   4400'  11.25   Class 5  Dangerous exposure that requires careful, technical moves to navigate around. A fall would likely be fatal. Big, sheer drops. 22  Print   
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