The highest peak in the Rocky Mountains is Mt. Elbert, which is 14,443 feet (4,399 meters) high. Mt. Elbert is located in Colorado and is named for Samuel Hitt Elbert, one of the state’s early politicians.
Mount Elbert is the highest range in the Rocky Mountains, measuring 14,433 feet or 4399 meters tall. Despite being so tall, however, the mountain range as a whole is known as fairly gentle. Only about 20 summits require skilled mountaineering or gear to reach the top, a very small percentage of such a large range. Oddly enough, Mt. Elbert is not one of those summits; in fact, some people have ridden their bikes to the top.
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