Peak(s):  West Spanish Peak  -  13,626 feet
Date Posted:  04/10/2014
Date Climbed:   10/05/2013
Author:  djkest
Additional Members:   Chaos Penumbra
 It's worth the trip   

West Spanish Peak
375' below awesome
Easiest possible way from Cordova Pass

Scott and I had seen this mountain so many times on our way across the state to hike 14ers. After finishing on Capitol the previous month, we decided to get one last high summit in before snow became a common sight. West Spanish Peak is the Easternmost 13er / 4,000m peak in the US and is the Las Animas County highpoint.

**Blog Post Here**

They are now engaged

An inspiring sight!

This was the first trip we did where a 14er was not the objective. We took our time, enjoyed the scenery, and had a blast. It wasn't particularly hard, although the trail isn't great above treeline. The views are spectacular and this trip is well worth your time, check it out!

Comments or Questions
Great picture
04/11/2014 17:27
Since my buddy and I are almost finished with the 14ers we are looking for other hikes. This looks like one we will have to make. Thanks for sharing.

Fun down South
04/11/2014 18:27
Great views fun hike
I want to go back and get the other one
Congratulations on the engagement : )

07/15/2014 15:59
write up and pictures. Your TR makes me want to climb this peak all the more....and to go check out those ”dikes”.

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