- This prominent peak is one of the 54 mountains with summits over 14,000 feet located within this state but it's the only 14er located within this mountainous national park.
- Sometimes referred to at the twin peaks because of its proximity to another prominent peak, this mountain was depicted on the states quarter minted in 2006.
- Thousands of hikers climb this mountain every summer. The least technical route takes you through a boulder field and a keyhole in the rock on a 15 mile round trip hike.
- The first recorded ascent was in 1868 by the surveying party of John Wesley Powell.
- From many vantage points, the peak appears to have a pointed summit. In fact, climbers find a football field sized summit at the end of their climb.
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