Mount Edwards

Elevation (feet): 13,838
Elevation (meters): 4,217
Continent: North America
Country: United States
Range/Region: Front Range
State: Colorado
Latitude: 39.636389
Longitude: -105.793889
Difficulty: Walk up
Best months for climbing: Jun, Jul, Aug
Nearest major airport: Denver
Convenient Center: Georgetown,CO

Thanks to Mike Surfer for adding this peak.

Class 2 walk up does take some navigation does not have established trail. To get there take Guanellas pass out of Georgetown to Road 248.1 4x4 a must to cont. from here. Take this road approximately 6.25 miles watch the markers to stay on 248.1. That is The location of Waldorf mine. You Can Park there walk approx. .10 of a mile up the road and you will see a creek. stay on the left side of the creek and enter the grassy area proceed up the small hills approx 1 mile in their will be a gully if you hike on the right side of it you can advance up it not to high of a grade. After you hike up that you will see the summit in front of you. Then Hike slightly left to the saddle. Once you get up the saddle, head north east and you will head right to the summit. From the top you can see 14ers Greys and Torreys to the northwest. Mount Edwards is located about a mile and a half south east of Greys. It can also be accessed from Greys Peak's South ridge. It can also be technically climbed from the north east side from the Greys Trailhead.

Thanks to Mike Surfer for this description.