Grays and Torrey Peaks
Clear Creek County, Colorado
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15 :02 hrs
8.1 mi
2953 ft

Standing at 14,270 feet, Grays Peak is the highest peak along the Colorado Front Range. Just shy of the elevation of Grays Peak is its neighbor Torrey Peak. With their close proximity to Denver, this is a popular hike during summer months. The peaks are usually done with one ascent; Grays is summited first then Torrey. The trail begins by ascending up through the grass covered Stephens Gulch. The final stretch to Grays Peak makes several switchbacks up a talus slope. From Grays Peak, the trail traverse along the ridge to Torrey Peak before returning back to the northeast slope of Grays Peak.

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