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Mount Massive

Mount Massive lies 14,428 feet above sea level making it the second highest peak in Colorado and the third highest peak in the contiguous United States. Mount Elbert and Mount Whitney in California are the only two peaks that have Mt. Massive beat by 12 and 77 feet respectively. Mount Massive also has a summit ridge of over 4.8 km making it the largest area of land above 14,000 ft in the contiguous United States.

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Taken on October 3, 2013