Tabeguache Peak

Tabeguache Peak
Photo by Carl E. Helton, all rights reserved.

Tabequache Peak is just north of Mt. Shavano, and the two are often climbed together. For Tabequache Peak alone, the best route is probably from the Jennings Creek Trailhead, ascending the southeast ridge. But if both Shavano and Tabeguache are on the agenda, either the Angel of Shavano or Blank Gulch Trails may be better due to the severe erosion on the Jennings Creek route. Tabeguache (pronounced "tab-a-wash") is named after a branch of Ute Indians.

Elevation (feet): 14,155
Elevation (meters): 4,314
Continent: North America
Country: United States
Range/Region: Sawatch Range
State: Colorado
Latitude: 38.6253
Longitude: -106.25
Difficulty: Walk up
Nearest major airport: Colorado Springs or Denver
Convenient Center: Salida