Culebra Peak

Culebra Peak is Colorado's southernmost fourteener, and is only 10 miles north of New Mexico. The only access to Culebra Peak is through the Taylor Ranch, which charges $40 per person (as of 1999). A steep road leads to some good camping at treeline around 11,600 feet. From there, it is a straightforward climb to the ridge, and then an easy hike over a couple of false summits to the true summit.

Elevation (feet): 14,047
Elevation (meters): 4,282
Continent: North America
Country: United States
Range/Region: Sangre de Cristo Range
State: Colorado
Latitude: 37.1222
Longitude: -105.185
Difficulty: Walk up
Best months for climbing: Jun, Jul, Aug
Nearest major airport: Colorado Springs
Convenient Center: San Luis

Thanks to Kirk Mallory for adding this peak.

Trip Reports

NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name

There are 3 trip reports for Culebra Peak.

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  • Log #10039 - by Matt Kirk on Nov 03, 2000
    Greetings 14er climbers and enthusiasts. I just wanted to let everyone know that there should be a 14ers forum coming soon at http://www.trailjournals.com. If you have the time, please come by and...
  • Log #10040 - by Ken Whittenburg on July 08, 1999
    W/ Kirk Mallory. Much more fun and scenic climb than I thought it would be. Beautiful views from summit.
  • Log #10041 - by Jim Mallory on June 14, 1999
    Culebra Peak is an easy climb in a surprisingly scenic area. Culebra can be easily climbed with Red Mountain (13,908) to the south, which is one of Colroado's 100 highest. If you decide to climb Red...