Mt. of the Holy Cross is one of Colorado's most iconic 14ers. Standing at 14,011 ft, Holy Cross is the tallest mountain in the Northern Wasatch Range. The snow field making up the cross was proclaimed as a National Monument by Herbert Hoover in 1929. It also happens to be one of the most daunting and notable ski lines in North America. Perhaps Hoover knew that as well.
Mt. of the Holy Cross
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