Colorado: Tallest Mountains - Geography Games

Colorado: Tallest Mountains - Map Quiz Game

Blanca Peak, Crestone Peak, La Plata Peak, Longs Peak, Mount Elbert, Mount Harvard, Mount Lincoln, Mount Massive, Pikes Peak, Uncompahgre Peak (10)  Create custom quiz

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Can you identify the 10 highest Colorado mountains? This quiz game will help you memorize them and picking up a few mountain facts can speed up the process. Mount Elbert, the tallest mountain in Colorado, reaches 14,440 feet and it's the second-highest peak in the contiguous US. With a height of 14,115 feet, Pikes Peak looms large in the state's history. It's named for explorer Zebulon Pike, the first documented pioneer to attempt to reach the summit. The Centennial State contains some inspiring scenic grandeur, much of it located at extremely high altitudes. Look into the details about these peaks and work with this map quiz—you'll be able to identify all 10 in no time!

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