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For information on climbing Mount Sheridan, see Gerry’s guidebook,
Colorado’s Fourteeners, where Sheridan is described as an
Extra Credit to Mount Sherman.

Mount Sheridan – 13,748 feet

One of Colorado’s bicentennial peaks, this gentle summit is 1.4 miles south-southwest of the more famous Fourteener Mount Sherman, and these two peaks are often climbed together. Sheridan overlooks the Dauntless and Hilltop mines at the head of Fourmile Creek.
Sheridan sprouts its characteristic snow-fans each winter Sheridan sprouts its characteristic snow-fans each winter

Gerry took this photo from Lamb Mountain to the east on 12/20/03

USGS 7.5’ Quadrangle: Mount Sherman

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