It's here! Early-bird registration for the 2018 Colorado Rockies Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge is now open!
Good news for 2017 challengers, you are automatically enrolled in our 2018 challenge — gratis!
The peaks for this year's challenge have changed a bit. Here's the lineup:
- Bergen Peak
- Rocky Mountain
- Birthday Peak
- Horseshoe Mountain
- Mount Sherman – NEW for 2018!
- Grays Peak
We swapped out Mount Sherman for Mount Bierstadt. For those who have already hiked Mount Bierstadt, you know how crowded it can get. Leave No Trace included Bierstadt on their “Hot Spots” list in 2015, to flag it for remediation due to overuse.
Mount Sherman is considered the easiest 14er, and as an added bonus, it's much less crowded. If that wasn't enough, it's also near the trailhead for peak #4 — Horseshoe Mountain, making it possible to hike both in single a weekend.
Give the Gift of Adventure
Also new for 2018, now you can give friends and family a gift registration for the Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge.
You select the registration level, we will mail you a physical gift card suitable for presentation. Your lucky recipient gets a whole lot more adventure in 2018.
Learn More about the Colorado Rockies Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge
The Colorado Rockies Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge is a self-paced hiking challenge that takes you up higher and more challenging peaks, helping you build strength, durability and confidence with each peak. It's a challenge in itself, but can also be used to train for even bigger adventures.
You can hike the six peaks in any order, from any route, and on your own schedule. It's designed that you could hike them all in six consecutive days in a whirlwind road trip. Or take two weeks and really enjoy the small towns and back roads, visiting beautiful spots like Evergreen, Manitou Springs, Buena Vista, and Fairplay. You can hike one peak a week, two a month, or knock them all out in six days — the choice is yours.
Start your 2018 with a commitment to more outdoor adventure.