Exposure is the empty space below you which could result in injury or death if you fell. If you're "afraid of heights," the exposure risk might be an important factor when selecting a route. A LOW exposure route would be a walking up the standard trail on Quandary peak. HIGH exposure is crossing the knife-edge on Capitol Peak. EXTREME exposure is climbing the final wall when traversing from Crestone Peak to Crestone Needle.
Low  Mild exposure in the area but not along the immediate route.
Moderate  Mild exposure very close to the route. Route options may be limited but you should be able to walk through the exposure area.
Considerable  Dangerous exposure along the immediate route. It should be avoidable with some slow hiking or scrambling.
High  A fall could result in serious injury or death. Moving through the area will require some scrambling or short technical moves.
Extreme!  A fall would likely be fatal. Big, sheer drops.
Low
Standard Grays Peak: North Slopes
Standard Mt. Belford: Northwest Ridge
Standard Mt. Bierstadt: West Slopes
  Mt. Bross: East Slopes from Mineral Park
  Mt. Bross: "Dolly Varden Gully"
  Mt. Bross: East Slopes from Moose Creek
Standard Mt. Elbert: Northeast Ridge
  Mt. Elbert: East Ridge
  Mt. Elbert: Southeast Ridge
  Mt. Lincoln: East Slopes
  Mt. Sherman: South Slope
Standard Pikes Peak: East Slopes
  Pikes Peak: Northwest Slopes
Standard Quandary Peak: East Ridge
Standard San Luis Peak: Northeast Ridge
  San Luis Peak: South Ridge
Standard Torreys Peak: South Slopes
Moderate
Standard Culebra Peak: Northwest Ridge
Standard Grays Peak: Grays and Torreys
  Grays Peak: South Ridge
  Grays Peak: Southwest Ridge
Standard Handies Peak: Southwest Slopes
  Handies Peak: East Slopes
  Handies Peak: West Slopes
Standard Humboldt Peak: West Ridge
  Humboldt Peak: East Ridge
  Humboldt Peak: Southeast Gully
Standard Huron Peak: Northwest Slopes
  Huron Peak: Southwest Slopes
  Huron Peak: North Ridge from Lulu Gulch
Standard La Plata Peak: Northwest Ridge
  La Plata Peak: Southwest Ridge
Standard Mt. Antero: West Slopes
  Mt. Belford: Northwest Gully
Standard Mt. Bross: West Slopes
Standard Mt. Bross: Democrat, Cameron, Lincoln, Bross
  Mt. Bross: "S Gully"
Standard Mt. Cameron: West Ridge
Standard Mt. Columbia: West Slopes
  Mt. Columbia: Southeast Ridge
  Mt. Columbia: Southwest Couloir
Standard Mt. Democrat: East Slope
Standard Mt. Evans: West Ridge from Summit Lake
  Mt. Evans: West Ridge from Echo Lake
  Mt. Evans: West Ridge from Guanella Pass
Standard Mt. Harvard: South Slopes
  Mt. Harvard: South Face
  Mt. Harvard: Harvard and Columbia Traverse
Standard Mt. Lincoln: West Ridge
  Mt. Lincoln: Lincoln Amphitheatre
  Mt. Lindsey: North Couloir
Standard Mt. Massive: East Slopes
  Mt. Massive: Southwest Slopes
  Mt. Massive: East Ridge
Standard Mt. of the Holy Cross: North Ridge
Standard Mt. Oxford: Via Mt. Belford
Standard Mt. Princeton: East Slopes
Standard Mt. Shavano: East Slopes
  Mt. Shavano: Angel of Shavano
Standard Mt. Sherman: Southwest Ridge
  Mt. Sherman: West Slopes from Iowa Gulch
Standard Mt. Yale: Southwest Slopes
  Mt. Yale: East Ridge
  Quandary Peak: South Gully aka Cristo Couloir
Standard Redcloud Peak: Northeast Ridge
Standard Sunshine Peak: Via Redcloud Peak
  Sunshine Peak: Northwest Face
  Sunshine Peak: East Ridge
Standard Tabeguache Peak: Via Mt. Shavano
  Tabeguache Peak: West Ridge
  Torreys Peak: West Ridge
  Torreys Peak: NW Face/Tuning Fork
Standard Uncompahgre Peak: South Ridge
Considerable
Standard Blanca Peak: Northwest Ridge
  Blanca Peak: Blanca and Ellingwood
Standard Castle Peak: Northeast Ridge
Standard Castle Peak: Castle and Conundrum
  Castle Peak: Northwest Ridge
  Castle Peak: North Face Couloir
Standard Challenger Point: North Slope
  Challenger Point: Kirk Couloir
Standard Conundrum Peak: South Ridge
Standard El Diente Peak: North Slopes
  El Diente Peak: South Slopes
Standard Ellingwood Point: South Face
  Ellingwood Point: North Ridge via South Zapata Creek
  Grays Peak: Lost Rat Couloir
Standard Kit Carson Peak: Via Challenger Point
  Kit Carson Peak: Outward Bound Couloir
  La Plata Peak: North Face
Standard Missouri Mountain: Northwest Ridge
  Missouri Mountain: West Ridge
  Missouri Mountain: North Face Couloirs
Standard Mt. Bierstadt: Bierstadt, Sawtooth, Evans
  Mt. Bierstadt: East Ridge
  Mt. Democrat: South Slope
  Mt. Elbert: Box Creek Couloirs
  Mt. Evans: North Face Moderate
Standard Mt. Lindsey: Northwest Gully
  Mt. of the Holy Cross: Cross Couloir
  Mt. of the Holy Cross: Halo Ridge
Standard Mt. Sneffels: South Slopes
  Mt. Sneffels: Southwest Ridge
Standard North Eolus: South Ridge
  Quandary Peak: North Gully aka Quandary Couloir
  Torreys Peak: Emperor Couloir
  Torreys Peak: Dead Dog Couloir
Standard Windom Peak: West Ridge
High
Standard Capitol Peak: Northeast Ridge
  Conundrum Peak: Conundrum Couloir
Standard Crestone Needle: South Face
Standard Crestone Peak: South Face
  Ellingwood Point: Southwest Ridge
  Kit Carson Peak: East Ridge
  Kit Carson Peak: North Ridge
  La Plata Peak: Ellingwood Ridge
Standard Little Bear Peak: West Ridge and Southwest Face
Standard Longs Peak: Keyhole Route
  Longs Peak: Loft Route
  Longs Peak: Keplinger's Couloir
Standard Maroon Peak: South Ridge
  Maroon Peak: Bell Cord Couloir
Standard Mt. Eolus: Northeast Ridge
  Mt. Evans: West Gully
  Mt. Evans: North Face Steep
  Mt. Lindsey: Northwest Ridge
Standard Mt. Wilson: North Slopes
  Mt. Wilson: Mt. Wilson and El Diente Traverse
  Mt. Wilson: Southwest Slopes
  Mt. Wilson: East Face
Standard North Maroon Peak: Northeast Ridge
Standard Pyramid Peak: Northeast Ridge
  Quandary Peak: West Ridge
Standard Snowmass Mountain: East Slopes
  Snowmass Mountain: West Slope
  Torreys Peak: Kelso Ridge
Standard Wetterhorn Peak: Southeast Ridge
  Wetterhorn Peak: East Face
Standard Wilson Peak: Southwest Ridge
Extreme
  Crestone Needle: Ellingwood Arete/Ledges
  Crestone Peak: Crestones Traverse
  El Diente Peak: North Buttress
  Maroon Peak: Bells Traverse
Standard Sunlight Peak: South Face
Is there a risk of rockfall or instability along the route? Walking up a Class 1 trail would likely have a LOW rockfall risk but climbing Maroon Peak or Little Bear Peak have HIGH->EXTREME risk of dangerous rockfall.
Low  Risk of rock-fall is low either because the route is fairly low angle or the the rock is very solid throughout.
Moderate  Rockfall is possible on steeper sections but the route is generally stable. Most Class 2 routes fall into this category.
Considerable  Rockfall is likely on steeper sections. Wear a helmet!
High  Rockfall is very likely, making the route quite dangerous. Climb in a small group, avoid other groups and wear a helmet!
Extreme!  Rockfall is unavoidable and the terrain is extremely loose.
Low
Standard Grays Peak: North Slopes
Standard Handies Peak: Southwest Slopes
  Mt. Bross: East Slopes from Mineral Park
Standard Mt. Elbert: Northeast Ridge
  Mt. Elbert: East Ridge
Standard Pikes Peak: East Slopes
Standard Quandary Peak: East Ridge
Standard San Luis Peak: Northeast Ridge
Moderate
  Challenger Point: Kirk Couloir
Standard Culebra Peak: Northwest Ridge
Standard Grays Peak: Grays and Torreys
  Grays Peak: South Ridge
  Grays Peak: Southwest Ridge
  Handies Peak: East Slopes
  Handies Peak: West Slopes
Standard Humboldt Peak: West Ridge
  Humboldt Peak: East Ridge
  Humboldt Peak: Southeast Gully
Standard Huron Peak: Northwest Slopes
  Huron Peak: Southwest Slopes
  Huron Peak: North Ridge from Lulu Gulch
  Kit Carson Peak: Outward Bound Couloir
Standard La Plata Peak: Northwest Ridge
  Missouri Mountain: North Face Couloirs
Standard Mt. Antero: West Slopes
Standard Mt. Belford: Northwest Ridge
Standard Mt. Bierstadt: West Slopes
Standard Mt. Bross: West Slopes
Standard Mt. Bross: Democrat, Cameron, Lincoln, Bross
  Mt. Bross: "S Gully"
  Mt. Bross: "Dolly Varden Gully"
  Mt. Bross: East Slopes from Moose Creek
Standard Mt. Cameron: West Ridge
  Mt. Columbia: Southeast Ridge
  Mt. Columbia: Southwest Couloir
Standard Mt. Democrat: East Slope
  Mt. Democrat: South Slope
  Mt. Elbert: Southeast Ridge
Standard Mt. Evans: West Ridge from Summit Lake
  Mt. Evans: West Ridge from Echo Lake
Standard Mt. Harvard: South Slopes
  Mt. Harvard: South Face
Standard Mt. Lincoln: West Ridge
  Mt. Lincoln: East Slopes
  Mt. Lindsey: Northwest Ridge
  Mt. Lindsey: North Couloir
Standard Mt. Massive: East Slopes
  Mt. Massive: Southwest Slopes
  Mt. Massive: East Ridge
Standard Mt. of the Holy Cross: North Ridge
Standard Mt. Oxford: Via Mt. Belford
Standard Mt. Princeton: East Slopes
Standard Mt. Shavano: East Slopes
  Mt. Shavano: Angel of Shavano
Standard Mt. Sherman: Southwest Ridge
  Mt. Sherman: West Slopes from Iowa Gulch
  Mt. Sherman: South Slope
Standard Mt. Yale: Southwest Slopes
Standard North Eolus: South Ridge
  Pikes Peak: Northwest Slopes
Standard Redcloud Peak: Northeast Ridge
  San Luis Peak: South Ridge
Standard Sunshine Peak: Via Redcloud Peak
Standard Tabeguache Peak: Via Mt. Shavano
Standard Torreys Peak: South Slopes
  Torreys Peak: West Ridge
Considerable
Standard Blanca Peak: Northwest Ridge
  Blanca Peak: Blanca and Ellingwood
Standard Castle Peak: Northeast Ridge
Standard Castle Peak: Castle and Conundrum
  Castle Peak: Northwest Ridge
  Castle Peak: North Face Couloir
Standard Challenger Point: North Slope
Standard Conundrum Peak: South Ridge
  Conundrum Peak: Conundrum Couloir
Standard Crestone Needle: South Face
Standard Crestone Peak: South Face
  Crestone Peak: Crestones Traverse
Standard El Diente Peak: North Slopes
  El Diente Peak: South Slopes
  El Diente Peak: North Buttress
Standard Ellingwood Point: South Face
  Grays Peak: Lost Rat Couloir
Standard Kit Carson Peak: Via Challenger Point
  Kit Carson Peak: East Ridge
  Kit Carson Peak: North Ridge
  La Plata Peak: Southwest Ridge
  La Plata Peak: North Face
Standard Longs Peak: Keyhole Route
  Longs Peak: Loft Route
  Longs Peak: Keplinger's Couloir
Standard Missouri Mountain: Northwest Ridge
  Missouri Mountain: West Ridge
  Mt. Belford: Northwest Gully
Standard Mt. Bierstadt: Bierstadt, Sawtooth, Evans
  Mt. Bierstadt: East Ridge
Standard Mt. Columbia: West Slopes
  Mt. Elbert: Box Creek Couloirs
Standard Mt. Eolus: Northeast Ridge
  Mt. Evans: West Ridge from Guanella Pass
  Mt. Evans: North Face Moderate
  Mt. Evans: North Face Steep
  Mt. Lincoln: Lincoln Amphitheatre
Standard Mt. Lindsey: Northwest Gully
  Mt. of the Holy Cross: Cross Couloir
  Mt. of the Holy Cross: Halo Ridge
Standard Mt. Sneffels: South Slopes
  Mt. Sneffels: Southwest Ridge
  Mt. Wilson: Southwest Slopes
  Mt. Wilson: East Face
  Mt. Yale: East Ridge
  Quandary Peak: South Gully aka Cristo Couloir
  Quandary Peak: West Ridge
  Quandary Peak: North Gully aka Quandary Couloir
Standard Snowmass Mountain: East Slopes
Standard Sunlight Peak: South Face
  Sunshine Peak: East Ridge
  Tabeguache Peak: West Ridge
  Torreys Peak: Emperor Couloir
  Torreys Peak: Dead Dog Couloir
  Torreys Peak: NW Face/Tuning Fork
Standard Uncompahgre Peak: South Ridge
Standard Wetterhorn Peak: Southeast Ridge
  Wetterhorn Peak: East Face
Standard Wilson Peak: Southwest Ridge
Standard Windom Peak: West Ridge
High
Standard Capitol Peak: Northeast Ridge
  Crestone Needle: Ellingwood Arete/Ledges
  Ellingwood Point: Southwest Ridge
  Ellingwood Point: North Ridge via South Zapata Creek
  La Plata Peak: Ellingwood Ridge
Standard Maroon Peak: South Ridge
  Maroon Peak: Bell Cord Couloir
  Maroon Peak: Bells Traverse
  Mt. Evans: West Gully
  Mt. Harvard: Harvard and Columbia Traverse
Standard Mt. Wilson: North Slopes
  Mt. Wilson: Mt. Wilson and El Diente Traverse
Standard North Maroon Peak: Northeast Ridge
Standard Pyramid Peak: Northeast Ridge
  Snowmass Mountain: West Slope
  Sunshine Peak: Northwest Face
  Torreys Peak: Kelso Ridge
Extreme
Standard Little Bear Peak: West Ridge and Southwest Face
Route-finding/Navigation: How big is the risk of getting off-route due to a lack of trail, confusing terrain, misplaced cairns, etc.?
Low  Route is easy to follow.
Moderate  Route may have some minor complications and/or lack of trail but it's mostly obvious.
Considerable  Route has several areas which may be confusing so you'll need to pay close attention to route features.
High  Route is fairly complex and will require extra time for careful route-finding. Some cairns may lead you in the wrong direction and it may be easy to get off-route and enter dangerous terrain.
Extreme!  Route is very complex with many confusing sections, requiring plenty of time for route-finding so you don't get off-route and into dangerous terrain. Plan ahead, read the route description carefully and take experienced partners.
Low
Standard Grays Peak: North Slopes
Standard Grays Peak: Grays and Torreys
Standard Handies Peak: Southwest Slopes
  Handies Peak: East Slopes
Standard Huron Peak: Northwest Slopes
Standard La Plata Peak: Northwest Ridge
Standard Missouri Mountain: Northwest Ridge
Standard Mt. Antero: West Slopes
Standard Mt. Belford: Northwest Ridge
Standard Mt. Bierstadt: West Slopes
Standard Mt. Bross: West Slopes
Standard Mt. Bross: Democrat, Cameron, Lincoln, Bross
  Mt. Bross: East Slopes from Mineral Park
Standard Mt. Cameron: West Ridge
Standard Mt. Democrat: East Slope
Standard Mt. Elbert: Northeast Ridge
  Mt. Elbert: East Ridge
  Mt. Evans: North Face Moderate
Standard Mt. Harvard: South Slopes
Standard Mt. Lincoln: West Ridge
  Mt. Lincoln: East Slopes
  Mt. Massive: Southwest Slopes
Standard Mt. Oxford: Via Mt. Belford
Standard Mt. Princeton: East Slopes
Standard Mt. Shavano: East Slopes
Standard Mt. Sherman: Southwest Ridge
  Mt. Sherman: West Slopes from Iowa Gulch
Standard Mt. Yale: Southwest Slopes
Standard Pikes Peak: East Slopes
  Pikes Peak: Northwest Slopes
Standard Quandary Peak: East Ridge
Standard Redcloud Peak: Northeast Ridge
Standard San Luis Peak: Northeast Ridge
Standard Sunshine Peak: Via Redcloud Peak
Standard Torreys Peak: South Slopes
Moderate
Standard Blanca Peak: Northwest Ridge
  Castle Peak: Northwest Ridge
  Castle Peak: North Face Couloir
Standard Conundrum Peak: South Ridge
  Conundrum Peak: Conundrum Couloir
Standard Culebra Peak: Northwest Ridge
  Grays Peak: South Ridge
  Grays Peak: Lost Rat Couloir
  Grays Peak: Southwest Ridge
Standard Humboldt Peak: West Ridge
  Huron Peak: North Ridge from Lulu Gulch
  La Plata Peak: Southwest Ridge
  Missouri Mountain: West Ridge
  Mt. Belford: Northwest Gully
  Mt. Bross: "S Gully"
  Mt. Bross: "Dolly Varden Gully"
  Mt. Bross: East Slopes from Moose Creek
Standard Mt. Columbia: West Slopes
  Mt. Elbert: Southeast Ridge
  Mt. Elbert: Box Creek Couloirs
Standard Mt. Evans: West Ridge from Summit Lake
  Mt. Evans: West Ridge from Echo Lake
  Mt. Evans: West Gully
  Mt. Harvard: South Face
  Mt. Lincoln: Lincoln Amphitheatre
Standard Mt. Massive: East Slopes
Standard Mt. of the Holy Cross: North Ridge
  Mt. Sherman: South Slope
Standard Mt. Sneffels: South Slopes
Standard North Eolus: South Ridge
  Quandary Peak: South Gully aka Cristo Couloir
  Quandary Peak: North Gully aka Quandary Couloir
  San Luis Peak: South Ridge
Standard Tabeguache Peak: Via Mt. Shavano
  Torreys Peak: West Ridge
  Torreys Peak: Dead Dog Couloir
Standard Uncompahgre Peak: South Ridge
Standard Windom Peak: West Ridge
Considerable
  Blanca Peak: Blanca and Ellingwood
Standard Castle Peak: Northeast Ridge
Standard Castle Peak: Castle and Conundrum
Standard Challenger Point: North Slope
  Challenger Point: Kirk Couloir
Standard Crestone Peak: South Face
Standard Ellingwood Point: South Face
  Ellingwood Point: Southwest Ridge
  Handies Peak: West Slopes
  Humboldt Peak: East Ridge
  Humboldt Peak: Southeast Gully
  Huron Peak: Southwest Slopes
Standard Kit Carson Peak: Via Challenger Point
  Kit Carson Peak: North Ridge
  Kit Carson Peak: Outward Bound Couloir
Standard Longs Peak: Keyhole Route
  Longs Peak: Keplinger's Couloir
  Missouri Mountain: North Face Couloirs
Standard Mt. Bierstadt: Bierstadt, Sawtooth, Evans
  Mt. Bierstadt: East Ridge
  Mt. Columbia: Southeast Ridge
  Mt. Columbia: Southwest Couloir
  Mt. Democrat: South Slope
Standard Mt. Eolus: Northeast Ridge
  Mt. Evans: West Ridge from Guanella Pass
  Mt. Evans: North Face Steep
Standard Mt. Lindsey: Northwest Gully
  Mt. Lindsey: Northwest Ridge
  Mt. Lindsey: North Couloir
  Mt. Massive: East Ridge
  Mt. of the Holy Cross: Cross Couloir
  Mt. of the Holy Cross: Halo Ridge
  Mt. Shavano: Angel of Shavano
  Mt. Sneffels: Southwest Ridge
  Mt. Wilson: Southwest Slopes
  Mt. Yale: East Ridge
  Quandary Peak: West Ridge
Standard Snowmass Mountain: East Slopes
Standard Sunlight Peak: South Face
  Sunshine Peak: Northwest Face
  Sunshine Peak: East Ridge
  Tabeguache Peak: West Ridge
  Torreys Peak: Emperor Couloir
  Torreys Peak: Kelso Ridge
  Torreys Peak: NW Face/Tuning Fork
Standard Wetterhorn Peak: Southeast Ridge
  Wetterhorn Peak: East Face
Standard Wilson Peak: Southwest Ridge
High
Standard Capitol Peak: Northeast Ridge
Standard Crestone Needle: South Face
  Crestone Needle: Ellingwood Arete/Ledges
  Crestone Peak: Crestones Traverse
Standard El Diente Peak: North Slopes
  El Diente Peak: South Slopes
  El Diente Peak: North Buttress
  Ellingwood Point: North Ridge via South Zapata Creek
  Kit Carson Peak: East Ridge
  La Plata Peak: Ellingwood Ridge
  La Plata Peak: North Face
Standard Little Bear Peak: West Ridge and Southwest Face
  Longs Peak: Loft Route
  Maroon Peak: Bell Cord Couloir
  Mt. Harvard: Harvard and Columbia Traverse
Standard Mt. Wilson: North Slopes
  Mt. Wilson: Mt. Wilson and El Diente Traverse
  Mt. Wilson: East Face
Standard North Maroon Peak: Northeast Ridge
Standard Pyramid Peak: Northeast Ridge
  Snowmass Mountain: West Slope
Extreme
Standard Maroon Peak: South Ridge
  Maroon Peak: Bells Traverse
How big is the commitment to get to the summit? Are there complex sections high on the mountain that require a lot of time on your ascent AND descent? If so, the risk of getting caught in bad weather or without adequate supplies is higher. For Example, Capitol Peak's standard route has been given an EXTREME commitment rating because once you're past K2 and working you're way closer to the summit, there's no escape from the ridge and you're a long way away from flat terrain and tree line. If weather rolls in when you're climbing high on Capitol, you're in trouble and the only way back is via the same route.
Low  The most difficult sections are short.
Moderate  The more difficult sections are a bit longer and will require a extra time.
Considerable  The more difficult sections are longer and more frequent, requiring extra time. This may also slow your progress on your return so you will need to watch the weather to allow enough time.
High  Due to the complexity and possible regain on your return, you'll need a lot of extra time to climb the difficult sections of the route. Returning will also require extra time. Don't attempt this route if the weather may turn foul.
Extreme!  The distance, complexity and lack of retreat options make this the highest level of commitment for a 14er route. Do NOT attempt this route if foul weather is possible or you're not in adequate physical shape to return safely. You'll also need plenty of food and water.
Low
Standard Grays Peak: North Slopes
Standard Handies Peak: Southwest Slopes
Standard Humboldt Peak: West Ridge
Standard Huron Peak: Northwest Slopes
Standard Mt. Bierstadt: West Slopes
Standard Mt. Bross: West Slopes
  Mt. Bross: East Slopes from Mineral Park
Standard Mt. Cameron: West Ridge
Standard Mt. Democrat: East Slope
Standard Mt. Elbert: Northeast Ridge
  Mt. Elbert: East Ridge
Standard Mt. Lincoln: West Ridge
  Mt. Lincoln: East Slopes
Standard Mt. Sherman: Southwest Ridge
  Mt. Sherman: West Slopes from Iowa Gulch
Standard Quandary Peak: East Ridge
  Quandary Peak: South Gully aka Cristo Couloir
Standard Redcloud Peak: Northeast Ridge
Standard San Luis Peak: Northeast Ridge
  San Luis Peak: South Ridge
Standard Torreys Peak: South Slopes
Moderate
Standard Blanca Peak: Northwest Ridge
  Castle Peak: Northwest Ridge
  Castle Peak: North Face Couloir
Standard Challenger Point: North Slope
Standard Conundrum Peak: South Ridge
Standard Culebra Peak: Northwest Ridge
Standard Ellingwood Point: South Face
Standard Grays Peak: Grays and Torreys
  Grays Peak: South Ridge
  Grays Peak: Southwest Ridge
  Handies Peak: East Slopes
  Handies Peak: West Slopes
  Humboldt Peak: East Ridge
  Humboldt Peak: Southeast Gully
  Huron Peak: Southwest Slopes
Standard La Plata Peak: Northwest Ridge
  La Plata Peak: Southwest Ridge
Standard Missouri Mountain: Northwest Ridge
  Missouri Mountain: West Ridge
Standard Mt. Antero: West Slopes
Standard Mt. Belford: Northwest Ridge
  Mt. Belford: Northwest Gully
Standard Mt. Bross: Democrat, Cameron, Lincoln, Bross
  Mt. Bross: "S Gully"
  Mt. Bross: "Dolly Varden Gully"
  Mt. Bross: East Slopes from Moose Creek
Standard Mt. Columbia: West Slopes
  Mt. Columbia: Southeast Ridge
  Mt. Columbia: Southwest Couloir
  Mt. Democrat: South Slope
  Mt. Elbert: Southeast Ridge
Standard Mt. Evans: West Ridge from Summit Lake
  Mt. Evans: West Gully
  Mt. Evans: North Face Moderate
Standard Mt. Harvard: South Slopes
  Mt. Harvard: South Face
  Mt. Lincoln: Lincoln Amphitheatre
Standard Mt. Lindsey: Northwest Gully
Standard Mt. Massive: East Slopes
  Mt. Massive: Southwest Slopes
Standard Mt. Princeton: East Slopes
Standard Mt. Shavano: East Slopes
  Mt. Shavano: Angel of Shavano
  Mt. Sherman: South Slope
Standard Mt. Sneffels: South Slopes
Standard Mt. Yale: Southwest Slopes
Standard North Eolus: South Ridge
Standard Pikes Peak: East Slopes
  Pikes Peak: Northwest Slopes
  Sunshine Peak: Northwest Face
  Sunshine Peak: East Ridge
Standard Uncompahgre Peak: South Ridge
Standard Windom Peak: West Ridge
Considerable
  Blanca Peak: Blanca and Ellingwood
Standard Castle Peak: Northeast Ridge
Standard Castle Peak: Castle and Conundrum
  Challenger Point: Kirk Couloir
  Conundrum Peak: Conundrum Couloir
Standard Crestone Needle: South Face
Standard Crestone Peak: South Face
Standard El Diente Peak: North Slopes
  El Diente Peak: South Slopes
  Ellingwood Point: Southwest Ridge
  Grays Peak: Lost Rat Couloir
  Huron Peak: North Ridge from Lulu Gulch
Standard Kit Carson Peak: Via Challenger Point
  Kit Carson Peak: Outward Bound Couloir
  La Plata Peak: North Face
  Longs Peak: Keplinger's Couloir
  Missouri Mountain: North Face Couloirs
  Mt. Bierstadt: East Ridge
  Mt. Elbert: Box Creek Couloirs
Standard Mt. Eolus: Northeast Ridge
  Mt. Evans: West Ridge from Echo Lake
  Mt. Evans: West Ridge from Guanella Pass
  Mt. Evans: North Face Steep
  Mt. Lindsey: Northwest Ridge
  Mt. Lindsey: North Couloir
  Mt. Massive: East Ridge
Standard Mt. of the Holy Cross: North Ridge
Standard Mt. Oxford: Via Mt. Belford
  Mt. Sneffels: Southwest Ridge
Standard Mt. Wilson: North Slopes
  Mt. Wilson: Southwest Slopes
  Mt. Yale: East Ridge
  Quandary Peak: North Gully aka Quandary Couloir
Standard Sunlight Peak: South Face
Standard Sunshine Peak: Via Redcloud Peak
Standard Tabeguache Peak: Via Mt. Shavano
  Tabeguache Peak: West Ridge
  Torreys Peak: Emperor Couloir
  Torreys Peak: West Ridge
  Torreys Peak: Kelso Ridge
  Torreys Peak: Dead Dog Couloir
  Torreys Peak: NW Face/Tuning Fork
Standard Wetterhorn Peak: Southeast Ridge
  Wetterhorn Peak: East Face
Standard Wilson Peak: Southwest Ridge
High
  Crestone Peak: Crestones Traverse
  El Diente Peak: North Buttress
  Ellingwood Point: North Ridge via South Zapata Creek
  Kit Carson Peak: East Ridge
  Kit Carson Peak: North Ridge
  La Plata Peak: Ellingwood Ridge
Standard Little Bear Peak: West Ridge and Southwest Face
Standard Longs Peak: Keyhole Route
  Longs Peak: Loft Route
  Maroon Peak: Bell Cord Couloir
Standard Mt. Bierstadt: Bierstadt, Sawtooth, Evans
  Mt. Harvard: Harvard and Columbia Traverse
  Mt. of the Holy Cross: Cross Couloir
  Mt. of the Holy Cross: Halo Ridge
  Mt. Wilson: Mt. Wilson and El Diente Traverse
  Mt. Wilson: East Face
Standard North Maroon Peak: Northeast Ridge
Standard Pyramid Peak: Northeast Ridge
  Quandary Peak: West Ridge
Standard Snowmass Mountain: East Slopes
  Snowmass Mountain: West Slope
Extreme
Standard Capitol Peak: Northeast Ridge
  Crestone Needle: Ellingwood Arete/Ledges
Standard Maroon Peak: South Ridge
  Maroon Peak: Bells Traverse



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