Taylor Peak

Elevation (feet): 13,153
Elevation (meters): 4,009
Continent: North America
Country: United States
Range/Region: Front Range
State: Colorado
Latitude: 40.2744
Longitude: -105.68
Difficulty: Walk up
Best months for climbing: Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
First successful climber(s): Native Americans
Nearest major airport: DIA
Convenient Center: Estes Park

Thanks to Michael Hodges for adding this peak.

This is the peak rising south of Andrews Glacier, and its easiest route is via Flattop Mtn. This is a very remote peak with very little traffic. According to the register, there is typically a few days to a week between visitors in peak season. This is an easy mountain to climb, but can be tiresome if Hallet Peak and Otis Peak are included prior to Taylor. But either way, the effort is well worth it, with outstanding views of Longs Peak and Loch Vale. The best time for this hike is during summer and fall, but fall allows for a full day to explore the upper Flattop trail system without the typical summer thunderstorms.

Thanks to Michael Hodges for this description.